Question Possibly defective cpu?

Jul 31, 2019
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Hello everyone! Im new in this forum and i hope i can get some help

I recently bought a new ryzen 3600x and accidentally bent like 3 pins , im a clumsy noob.

They were only slightly bent so my brother helped me and bent them back and my cpu worked, ran games,benchmarks, stresstests etc. good results.

New Problem is: i have reinstalled windows with a clean install with usb 3 times because the first time my windows 10 system files was
Corrupted for some reason and windows update didnt work and messed with my pc. Now after 3 reinstalls my pc works and i use win 10 version 1803 but win update doesnt work as intended and still messes with my pc.

I also see tons of whea-logger event 17 warnings in event viewer. I read somewhere that this is a sign of a defective hardware :/

Is my cpu simply damaged ? Ive never had such issues before i got my new cpu

Could be win/bios issue but i reinstalled many times and it still seems broken somehow.. my brother says its just windows but does anyone here have other theories or solutions?

current Specs:

- Evga G2 650w 80+ Gold

- Ryzen 3600x stock speed and stock cooler

- MSI B350 Tomahawk

- MSI Geforce 1070Ti stock speed

- 16GB Ballistix sport

- Kingston A400 240GB

- Kingston A1000 240GB M.2 SSD (windows 10 inside)
 
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Jul 31, 2019
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Re-check your cpu, see if there are more bent pins, also run memtest possible your RAM to fail, run any SMART disk reader (hddsentinel, crystaldisk info, anything to see your drives health state)
Sry but there is no sign of faulty ram.

I will re-check cpu when i change my mobo, thanks
 

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