Newly Built PC Windows 10 Freezes On Boot

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  1. Bat 1's Avatar
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    Lack of the 6 Pin connector could mean the GPU is attempting to pull more power though the MOBO than the manufacturer allows ? Possibly that's why it's not on the approved list ? "Looks to be the same memory" isn't the same as the Exact Model Number. As @TrashZone posted, AMD can be "really finicky". Anyone building a new Rizen Rig should pay careful attention to what's on their particular MOBO Model's list of Compatible Devices.
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  2. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #12

    Macbeth said:
    Hi,
    Yeah might indeed be trying to pull too much power from the pci-e slot
    4gb card will always have secondary power
    1-2gb card might be more reasonable for no secondary power connection if it were only one fan or static cooling which has no fan.

    Memory wise link to the exact memory you bought if it doesn't say AMD compatible then you're likely out of luck
    Refer to it's qvl= qualified venders list and see if your mother board is listed.
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  3. Bat 1's Avatar
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       #13

    Macbeth said:
    No Ive tried Linux with the same result of freezing on the loading screen
    When you tried booting Linux did you have the Win 10 OS drive Disconnected ? You never said what type drive it was. I don't keep up a lot with the latest technology so I was wondering if having the wrong M2 drive installed could also cause the problem ?
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       #14

    Bat 1 said:
    When you tried booting Linux did you have the Win 10 OS drive Disconnected ? You never said what type drive it was. I don't keep up a lot with the latest technology so I was wondering if having the wrong M2 drive installed could also cause the problem ?
    No windows wasn't on any hard drive i only had one on there so i had installed over it, and Ive checked the hard drive and it works fine
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       #15

    Bat 1 said:
    Lack of the 6 Pin connector could mean the GPU is attempting to pull more power though the MOBO than the manufacturer allows ? Possibly that's why it's not on the approved list ? "Looks to be the same memory" isn't the same as the Exact Model Number. As @TrashZone posted, AMD can be "really finicky". Anyone building a new Rizen Rig should pay careful attention to what's on their particular MOBO Model's list of Compatible Devices.
    Well what do you suggest I should do about that, should I buy a new graphics card or is there a setting i can change that will make it work better.
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  6. Posts : 16
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       #16

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Yeah might indeed be trying to pull too much power from the pci-e slot
    4gb card will always have secondary power
    1-2gb card might be more reasonable for no secondary power connection if it were only one fan or static cooling which has no fan.

    Memory wise link to the exact memory you bought if it doesn't say AMD compatible then you're likely out of luck
    Refer to it's qvl= qualified venders list and see if your mother board is listed.
    this is the link: G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB X99 Platform Desktop Memory Model F4-2400C17D-16GVR - Newegg.com
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  7. AddRAM's Avatar
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       #17

    Did anyone mention a bad drive ?

    Yes, I see someone did, you didn`t mention that in your list of specs, is it new, old, or what ????
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       #18

    AddRAM said:
    Did anyone mention a bad drive ?

    Yes, I see someone did, you didn`t mention that in your list of specs, is it new, old, or what ????
    Oh sorry i forgot the drive its an brand new 2 terabyte Toshiba drive.
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  9. Bat 1's Avatar
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       #19

    Don't think the RAM is compatible. BIG mistake by Newegg ? You can contact G.Skill Support as well as MSI Support to check. Check out how these descriptions are written: ryzen, 16GB (2 x 8GB), G.SKILL, DDR4 2400, Desktop Memory, Memory, Components - Newegg.com

    EDIT: I'd advise taking a snip of the Overview Before requesting to RMA
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  10. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #20

    Hi,
    No mention at all about AMD matter of fact it says optimized for Intel platform so yeah ram no good for you
    Code:
    Extreme performance DDR4 memory designed for gaming and PC enthusiasts
    
    Optimized compatibility with DDR4-compatible Intel Core platforms
    You'd have to get something like this that states AMD
    G.SKILL Flare X Model F4-2400C15D-16GFXR - Newegg.com
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