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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 04:32 AM - Thread Starter
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My Core i9 9900k Faulty?

i dont know if its my cpu which causing the crashes so..

i will get stright to the point.

i installed new hardware:
Gigabyte Auros elite z390
core i9 9900k
16x2GB DDR4 kingstone hyperx 2666mhz (32GB total)
intel Liquid cooling.
on an old hardware:
thermeltek 600w toughpower
old mid tower case.

THE PROBLEM IS:
after i connected all it worked for about 2 hours, i even played a demending game for about 30min and exit it.
tested to see cpu temp it was around 32c, everything seemed fine, then it crashed after a while, everytime it logged to win10 it crashed again.
safemode worked, i then decided to format the pc, after formating and installing new win10. crashed again everytime the win10 first setup was loading.
now it is crashing even when i boot form windows usb installation.

Things i Have tried:
changing Memory slots, and using 1 stick at a time.
changed some settings in bios xmp profile and such. (reset to defult bios setting after it did not work).
disconnected everything except the MOBO and CPU and Memory.
tried switching hard drives.
i ran memtest everything is fine.
checked the bios everything is fine, cpu temp, RAM frequency, and every part i connected is showing up and seems fine.
i tried tighten the screws of the cooling pump.
i tried switching the cpu header to opt.

STILL DONT KNOW WHAT IS THE PROBLEM!
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Check your SATA cables or your drives. It could also be your PSU starting to fail with more modern and power hungry equipment.

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could be the psu

Quote: Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post
Check your SATA cables or your drives. It could also be your PSU starting to fail with more modern and power hungry equipment.
i tried to disconnect the sata cables, did not work.

it might actually be the power supply, but could it be that the psu which is 600 fail and still work powering up the bios? or safemode ?
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Quote: Originally Posted by kingeliran View Post
i tried to disconnect the sata cables, did not work.

it might actually be the power supply, but could it be that the psu which is 600 fail and still work powering up the bios? or safemode ?
Absolutely. When you're in the BIOS or in safemode, you're not using a lot of power. GPU has no drivers installed so its stuck in a very low power mode itself too. As soon as your regular OS attempts to boot up, there's usually some form of 3D driver at minimum from MS already installed usually, thus kicking your GPU into 3D clocks, thus drawing more power. If the PSU can only safely put out 150w due to being old or a poor unit to begin with for example, and you're drawing 130w at 2d idle, and 160w at peak, as soon as you hit that 160w mark it could trigger a low voltage related crash.

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If you are still using the Thermaltake Tough Power then thats your problem
Its a multi rail model from 2007 if not older cant really find any dates for the 600 watt model

You should replace that old PSU no matter what its ancient

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Maybe you could run Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool LINK: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/dow...iagnostic-Tool 22 years in the forums I have not seen a PSU cause crashing.

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Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
22 years in the forums I have not seen a PSU cause crashing.

must have not been a very attentive 22 years

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Quote: Originally Posted by kingeliran View Post
i dont know if its my cpu which causing the crashes so..

i will get stright to the point.

i installed new hardware:
Gigabyte Auros elite z390
core i9 9900k
16x2GB DDR4 kingstone hyperx 2666mhz (32GB total)
intel Liquid cooling.
on an old hardware:
thermeltek 600w toughpower
old mid tower case.

THE PROBLEM IS:
after i connected all it worked for about 2 hours, i even played a demending game for about 30min and exit it.
tested to see cpu temp it was around 32c, everything seemed fine, then it crashed after a while, everytime it logged to win10 it crashed again.
safemode worked, i then decided to format the pc, after formating and installing new win10. crashed again everytime the win10 first setup was loading.
now it is crashing even when i boot form windows usb installation.

Things i Have tried:
changing Memory slots, and using 1 stick at a time.
changed some settings in bios xmp profile and such. (reset to defult bios setting after it did not work).
disconnected everything except the MOBO and CPU and Memory.
tried switching hard drives.
i ran memtest everything is fine.
checked the bios everything is fine, cpu temp, RAM frequency, and every part i connected is showing up and seems fine.
i tried tighten the screws of the cooling pump.
i tried switching the cpu header to opt.

STILL DONT KNOW WHAT IS THE PROBLEM!
You completely neglected to tell us what video card you have.
That's rather important.

Anyway, buy a new, decent modern PSU and report back.
If you still have problems, we'll have to see if it's the CPU or board.

That's assuming that that isn't THIS PSU?
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...0f-g,4714.html
That toughpower 600W (SFX) is an updated single rail version that isn't that old.

If you're actually using the old multi-rail one from 2007, get rid of it. Quickly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
must have not been a very attentive 22 years
Show me a post where a new PSU fixed the crashing or BSOD? then I can see what I'm missing.

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