Memory_Managment Bsod

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  1. Posts : 39
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       #51

    Ok guys i am back. I tested 2 days straight the pc with safe mode and i had no problems.

    I just swapped my old gpu in and i want to see what happens from here.
    I will leave the pc open overnight and if everything is fine i will you use it.

    i will let you guys updated!!

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    Ok so. I let my pc running for almost 2.30 hours and for some reason when i returned my pc was closed. I opened it and there was not bsod. Could this be a psu problem?

    I don't know any type of crash that shuts down a pc

    my Psu is corsair TX 750w

    Also event viewer says that it was an unexpected shutdown
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  2. Posts : 402
    Windows 10 and Windows 11
       #52

    You were asked to post another V2 output whilst in Safe Mode.

    It now seems that the config you tested in Safe Mode probably doesn't have a hardware problem. However, by changing the hardware config you have created a new problem! We could have gone on with your old config and run Driver Verifier to try and catch what seemed to be a faulty driver, but now you've changed the hardware we have no idea what's going on.

    We can't debug a moving target....
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  3. Posts : 39
    windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #53

    Ohh. I am sorry guys i forgot about it. Will it help if i send you a v2 log and tell you the time i changed the hardware? So can check from that time and back?
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  4. Posts : 402
    Windows 10 and Windows 11
       #54

    I would go back to the hardware configuration where it was stable in Safe Mode. Check again for as long as you're able that it really is stable in Safe Mode, then post a new V2 log. And don't change the hardware unless someone on here asks you to.
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  5. Posts : 39
    windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #55

    Ok guys let me update you. So i am running my old gpu 2 days straight with no problems what so ever. I am confident now that the gpu (hardware or software) is the problem

    The last unexpected shutdown was probably from a power cut on my block.

    Today i am going to swap my rx 6650 xt in and try safe mode.
    Soon i will have the v2 logs you asked.
    See you in a bit
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  6. Posts : 402
    Windows 10 and Windows 11
       #56

    You do have the PC plugged into a surge protector? If you're prone to power cuts a surge protector is a must. I go one step further and use a UPS.

    If the old GPU is running ok then that's a pretty good indicator that the new GPU is faulty.
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  7. Posts : 39
    windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #57

    ubuysa said:
    You do have the PC plugged into a surge protector? If you're prone to power cuts a surge protector is a must. I go one step further and use a UPS.

    If the old GPU is running ok then that's a pretty good indicator that the new GPU is faulty.

    No i don't have a UPS but i am considering buying one.
    If its faulty again..... I already had a faulty one and i replaced it.
    I have the same problems with the last one. Bsods when idling, doing simple tasks, browisng etc. But never when the gpu is heavy loaded.

    With the 6650 i tried updating EVERY driver i could on my system and still bsods.
    I also i tried the safe mode method (same days before) and i had no bsods.

    If i test safe mode again and i have no problems what will this mean?

    Also should i send it back for them to check it?

    Lastly i found a thread that had some interesting bsods like mine. Could you give it a look?
    Reddit - Dive into anything
    Last edited by Haris123; 25 Jun 2023 at 06:02.
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  8. Posts : 402
    Windows 10 and Windows 11
       #58

    What PSU do you have? Can you post your complete spec also please.
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  9. Posts : 39
    windows 11
    Thread Starter
       #59

    ubuysa said:
    What PSU do you have? Can you post your complete spec also please.
    Cpu: ryzen 5 3600
    Gpu: Rx 6650 XT
    Ram: 2x8 gskill ripjaws V (16gb)
    Motherboard: Aorus b450 m
    Psu Corsair Tx 750M
    Disks: Samsung 980, apacher AS340, Hdd Wdc wd10efrx
    Network: Aorus gc-wbax200
    Monitor: 144hz AOC 24g2
    Speakers: Logitch speakers, Razer kraken headphones
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  10. Posts : 402
    Windows 10 and Windows 11
       #60

    A quick Web search suggests a min 500W for the RX6650XT and a min 300W for the Ryzen 5 3600. These contain a decent overhead to allow for transient power spikes at full load.

    If two different RX6650XT cards both fail but an older, less power hungry, card is OK, then I would suspect an overloaded PSU.

    That may also explain the MEMORY_MANAGEMRNT BSODs.
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