Question I can't figure out whats wrong...

Apr 19, 2019
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I've replaced quite literally everything in my system now trying to fix a really hair pulling issue.
My PC keeps shutting off, no BSOD, no warning, just black screen. The LED on my mobo are still lit afterwards, and I can't turn the system back on unless I switch the PSU off, wait 10 secs, switch on again. I've replaced my cpu, mobo, gpu, ssd, psu, and ram in an attempt to fix this issue, and after getting a replacement cpu and ram, it seemed to be fine for a whole 24 hours before it abruptly shutdown....

I've monitored the temperatures and benchmarked my gpu and cpu individually, and they're all within safe operating temps, even when gaming.
Here are my specs.
Ryzen 5 2600
A320 mobo
16gb corsair ddr4 3000mhz ram
GTX 2060
750w 80+ gold cooler master psu
Samsung 1tb ssd
 

xravenxdota

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My brother had a similar problem but it was caused by a driver also a320 mobo...But idk how well a a320 mobo will work with a 2600 cpu.Yes it can't be oc'd but it still has weak vrm phases
 
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My brother had a similar problem but it was caused by a driver also a320 mobo...But idk how well a a320 mobo will work with a 2600 cpu.Yes it can't be oc'd but it still has weak vrm phases
Hey man, thanks for taking the time to reply. I know the a320 isn't very good, but I just wanted to pick up a cheap mobo so I could try and narrow down my issue.
I had a b350m Bazooka mobo beforehand, and I still had the same issue.
May I ask what driver it was that was causing your brothers issue?
 

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