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i have been having sudden issues with memory lately, i use i9 19080xe with corsair dominator 3600mhz 4x8gb ram modules with msi 3090 suprim x and i have seasonic 1300w platinum psu with latest 1.41 bios, whenever i set command rate to 1 my bios detects only 16gb of ram in the top right corner in advanced settings but in hardware monitor it shows all the 4 modules installed and if i change that command rate to 2 it shows correctly, and after setting command rate to 2 and individually set bclk to 100 and apply xmp setting and individually set parameters windows freezes after entering pin and windows boots only with all auto setting for memory with xmp enabled, and in power settings if i set maximum turbo power out to 1024, turbo maintained to 10 and amperage to maximum and vccin to auto instead of 1.9 pc freezes again during boot and i get memory management bsod, have checked ram and cpu on a different mobo and they both work fine, it was working fine since i brought this mobo last year and it started giving me issues since a week, it has worked with manual memory setting matching xmp totally fine until a week ago along with load line calibration set to 3 and max power to 1024, amperage to highest level and vccin to auto pc just freezes and the q code displays the cpu temperature stuck and not changing freqeuntly as it usually does, not sure what is going on, any guidance appreciated.
 

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That sure was one long sentence. Have you tried a Clear CMOS and starting with default BIOS settings, changing one setting at a time? Any temperature problems?
 

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That sure was one long sentence. Have you tried a Clear CMOS and starting with default BIOS settings, changing one setting at a time? Any temperature problems?
yes, i have cleared cmos and applied default settings, no temperature issues, has been working fine with max settings for a year since i got this board and out of the blue i started having these issues, the first 3 bsod was ntoskernel and then the NVidia driver crash and then memory management bsod, applying xmp and not applying individual values in memory timings work fine but pc is very sluggish and any attempt to apply individual like it has been working causes all sorts and pc just freezes at boot, looks like there isn't sufficient power delivery from vrm but idk what it is.
 

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Can you enter the BIOS and go to Hardware Monitor, make a screenshot there (press F12 to save to a FAT32 USB drive), it shows all the voltages and temps, would be good to see.
 

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Ok that looks all pretty normal at first glance. When you checked the CPU on a different board, have you also tried your BIOS settings there, like CR1T and so on?
 

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Ok that looks all pretty normal at first glance. When you checked the CPU on a different board, have you also tried your BIOS settings there, like CR1T and so on?
Yes the same settings I have used for a year.
 

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Did any BIOS update change anything in how well those settings run? Meaning, is it worth to try an older BIOS version?
 

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Did any BIOS update change anything in how well those settings run? Meaning, is it worth to try an older BIOS version?
The older bios did not have resize bar support, and they both did well for me.
 

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Still no solution and appears to be mother board issue as I have tested with every other part replaced, please help MSI.
 

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MSI don't read this forum, i'm afraid. It's only users helping users. Can you at least still run halfway decent settings now and they are stable? Or do you have to use overly safe settings now?
 

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I have to go with bare safe settings and even then system just freezes and unresponsive but no bsod and I left to see how long it does and even after an hour it just stays unresponsive.
 

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If you tried it with other components like a different PSU etc., then it really points to the mainboard. I mean, it could be the CPU too since it houses the memory controller, but you said you even tested that on a different PC. So you might have to check with your vendor or MSI directly (depends on your country) for an RMA. You seem to have excluded a lot of other possibilities.
 

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Yes I have tested all my components on another mobo and they all work great, seems like purely mobo issue but it does not happen consistently to rule out but enough to be painful to live with. And I live in USA and I have already created ticket before I started this thread and yet to hear back.
 
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