[SOLVED] Major issues with my PC.

Matthew Dilks

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This morning I decided to mess around in the BIOS under the memory tab. Adjusted DRAM Frequency has a ton of presets, so I started out with 3733MHz, and it was stable. Then, I tried 3866MHz and that was also stable. As soon as I tried 4000MHz and saved the settings, then restarted it boot to Windows 10 and got a BSOD stating something about a severe error (or a kernel panic). PC restarted straight into BIOS, and I first tried to just set it to just XMP which sets the frequency to 3600MHz. As soon as it restarts, I’m met with a black screen and on my mobo the BOOT EZ Debug LED is lit up. At first I thought the overclock corrupted Windows 10, so I got my flash drive containing wondows media and wiped the drive clean using CMD and proceeded to install Windows 10. It installed successfully, restarted and instead of going to the boot drive it goes straight to the bios with the BOOT EZ Debug LED lit up. Did the OC destroy my NVMe? I still have warranty on all my parts, so they can be replaced. If it was the ram then my computer wouldn’t even startup, right?

PC:
MSI Z490 Gaming Edge WiFi
Intel Core i9-10900K
32GB DDR4 3600MHz (Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16x2)
Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB

I appreciate your time looking at my post, hopefully we can solve this issue!
 
This morning I decided to mess around in the BIOS under the memory tab. Adjusted DRAM Frequency has a ton of presets, so I started out with 3733MHz, and it was stable. Then, I tried 3866MHz and that was also stable. As soon as I tried 4000MHz and saved the settings, then restarted it boot to Windows 10 and got a BSOD stating something about a severe error (or a kernel panic). PC restarted straight into BIOS, and I first tried to just set it to just XMP which sets the frequency to 3600MHz. As soon as it restarts, I’m met with a black screen and on my mobo the BOOT EZ Debug LED is lit up. At first I thought the overclock corrupted Windows 10, so I got my flash drive containing wondows media and wiped the drive clean using CMD and proceeded to install Windows 10. It installed successfully, restarted and instead of going to the boot drive it goes straight to the bios with the BOOT EZ Debug LED lit up. Did the OC destroy my NVMe? I still have warranty on all my parts, so they can be replaced. If it was the ram then my computer wouldn’t even startup, right?

PC:
MSI Z490 Gaming Edge WiFi
Intel Core i9-10900K
32GB DDR4 3600MHz (Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16x2)
Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB

I appreciate your time looking at my post, hopefully we can solve this issue!
have you tried to unplug psu from power cord and take off the cmos, then press and hold the power button for 11 seconds, and put it back all together? if you want to oc your memory, it should be better to post a thaiphoon burner read and asrock timing configurator (download from asrock z170 oc formula page) read here, so that others could help you.
 
This morning I decided to mess around in the BIOS under the memory tab. Adjusted DRAM Frequency has a ton of presets, so I started out with 3733MHz, and it was stable. Then, I tried 3866MHz and that was also stable. As soon as I tried 4000MHz and saved the settings, then restarted it boot to Windows 10 and got a BSOD stating something about a severe error (or a kernel panic). PC restarted straight into BIOS, and I first tried to just set it to just XMP which sets the frequency to 3600MHz. As soon as it restarts, I’m met with a black screen and on my mobo the BOOT EZ Debug LED is lit up. At first I thought the overclock corrupted Windows 10, so I got my flash drive containing wondows media and wiped the drive clean using CMD and proceeded to install Windows 10. It installed successfully, restarted and instead of going to the boot drive it goes straight to the bios with the BOOT EZ Debug LED lit up. Did the OC destroy my NVMe? I still have warranty on all my parts, so they can be replaced. If it was the ram then my computer wouldn’t even startup, right?

PC:
MSI Z490 Gaming Edge WiFi
Intel Core i9-10900K
32GB DDR4 3600MHz (Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16x2)
Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB

I appreciate your time looking at my post, hopefully we can solve this issue!
have you tried to unplug psu from power cord and take off the cmos, then press and hold the power button for 11 seconds, and put it back all together? if you want to oc your memory, it should be better to post a thaiphoon burner read and asrock timing configurator (download from asrock z170 oc formula page) read here, so that others could help you.
 

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