Originally Posted by theonlykami
I'm back after taking some suggestions and I think I have a really really bad problem. My PC boots fine for now, and I have upgraded the bios to 5.10. Everything seems to be fine on stock, but once i try to tweak anything it just bootloops 3 times and goes back into the default settings. Currently I'm on 3400 mhz on my Ryzen 2600.
Before I left for my month long vacation I could overclock that guy to about 4.1 ghz at 1.4v. Now when I try bumping it up to 3.5 ghz the system goes into a bootloop and resets to default.
I had the same issue before I updated my BIOS from 4.80, thinking that it would solve my problem.
Touching the RAM settings also produce the same results (Constant crashing) I can't even load the default XMP settings.
I really don't know whats going on, but I highly suspect it might be a mobo issue. Anyone with any prior experience / fix ?
Reset bios to default settings,change RAM voltage to 1.35v. If it works normally then it's your overclock. Sometimes we get so many changes with these Ryzens..... you just have to start over.