- ryzen 3600 (stock fan)
- Sapphire PULSE 5700XT
- asus prime b450m- A/CSM
- cooler master 600w 80plus white (REFURBISHED and using an aftermarket powercable)
- 8gb x2 ADATA XPG Spectrix D41 32000mhz CL16 (not susing 3200 but stock 2666mhz)
But sometimes the game closed randomly (without fps drops) Sometimes it crashed and I had to close it manually and sometimes I had a blue screen of windows.
Sometimes after the game cash and closed I recive the error 6068 :
"The Dev Error 6068 in Call of Duty (any variant) can be caused by a corrupt DirectX installation on your System. It can also be caused by an outdated Windows, System Drivers, and non-optimal settings for the game"
The first thing I saw was a very high cpu temperature 88°C while gaming and 55-65°C idle.
I did an undervolt of the cpu to a max of 1.1V. The gaming temp decreased to a now stable 71°C. But the game still crashes (I also tested with fortnite and it has crash but with a lower frecuency, I believe because is a less demanding game).
I did a Gpu driver uninstall with DDU but the game keeps crashing.
My options are:
Cpu problem (explaining the extreme high temps)
Gpu problem (the 5700xt has a fame of being unstable with drivers and BIOS)
PSU problem ? it is a new refurbished PSU with a powercable i bought because it didn´t came with one.
As it is a fresh buld and fresh windows installmente I have not try any reinstallment of windows or of COD
Maybe is a power hungry Cpu with a bad PSU.
What do you guy think?
I will do a BIOS update in a few hours.
I wll be changing PC parts with a new PSU and a new ryzen 3600 and a different 5700XT if the BIOS update doesnt work.
I will also do a stress test of CPU and GPU and maybe both at the same time to stress test the PSU.
I have read that a faulty PSU will never crash a game without forcing a shutdown or restart. But I have also read the opposite. What is the truth ? haha
wish me luck.
sorry for bad english (Mexican here)