Z690 unify x issues

citay

Pro
SERGEANT
Joined
Oct 12, 2016
Messages
9,791
Please list all your hardware, exact models of everything.
Why do i keep asking this? Two things:
1) I don't even know your exact RAM model yet, and
2) It's possible that the freezes are not caused by your RAM. If you get freezes no matter what you try with the RAM, then maybe it's something else.

So we cannot continue until you tell me all your hardware in detail.
 
Last edited:

Xo-itoshi

Xo Itoshi
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
28
GPU 3080 ventus 3x 10Go . Mobo z690 unify x . CPU 12900k . Case lian li 011D . SSD Textorm BM5 960GO . PSU Antec 850 Gold . Ram GSKILL RGB 6400mhz . AIO Kraken z73
 

Xo-itoshi

Xo Itoshi
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
28
@Klementief_perrine Ha .. glad u have no issues now ..when I see your machine and what you buy, we don't have the same budget .. I don't have the money to buy things other than what I have...
 

Xo-itoshi

Xo Itoshi
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
28
Why do i keep asking this? Two things:
1) I don't even know your exact RAM model yet, and
2) It's possible that the freezes are not caused by your RAM. If you get freezes no matter what you try with the RAM, then maybe it's something else.

So we cannot continue until you tell me all your hardware in detail.
I give you all my build
 

citay

Pro
SERGEANT
Joined
Oct 12, 2016
Messages
9,791
The Antec PSU, is it High Current Gamer Gold?
The G.Skill is the Trident Z5 RGB Kit 32GB, DDR5-6400, CL32-39-39-102?

Textorm BM5, i have never heard of that before. An unknown SSD brand is a bit suspicious to me, like all components that are not sold worldwide for some reason.
Sadly you cannot really test without that SSD, but it would be something worth testing.

What are the temperatures under load, and when do the freezes happen? Can you run HWinfo64 and show "Sensors" with all sensors expanded (click on the little <--> arrows on the bottom)? First let it run a bit while in idle, so the "minimum" baselines for the values are established. Then produce full CPU load with Cinebench R23. After the CPU temperatures have stabilized at the highest level (let it run for 10 mins), take a screenshot. This will show everything at once. Expand the columns of the sensors a bit so everything can be read.
 

Xo-itoshi

Xo Itoshi
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
28
@citay Yes it’s the High current gamer gold 850 . I just thought the event viewer could it help us to detect the problem??
 

citay

Pro
SERGEANT
Joined
Oct 12, 2016
Messages
9,791
Yes, you can check the event viewer (Windows protocols -> System) for any serious errors. Note that Windows sometimes logs certain errors like "Service Control Manager" which are not really severe, they happen on a lot of systems. But stuff like disk errors would be serious.
 

Xo-itoshi

Xo Itoshi
Joined
Jul 25, 2022
Messages
28
How can i see if its a disk issue ? I get Advertisement Kernel processor-power and e2fexpress ID 27 . No other error
 

citay

Pro
SERGEANT
Joined
Oct 12, 2016
Messages
9,791
Then it's not a disk issue, at least not one that Windows is detecting. It could still be a faulty firmware of the SSD causing the freezes.
You are not always answering all my questions, so i'm afraid i will have to repeat them again:

What are the temperatures under load, and when do the freezes happen?

Can you run HWinfo64 and show "Sensors" with all sensors expanded (click on the little <--> arrows on the bottom)? First let it run a bit while in idle, so the "minimum" baselines for the values are established. Then produce full CPU load with Cinebench R23. After the CPU temperatures have stabilized at the highest level (let it run for 10 mins), take a screenshot. This will show everything at once. Expand the columns of the sensors a bit so everything can be read.

You can also read out the self-monitoring SMART values with CrystalDiskInfo.
In there under "Function" -> Advanced Feature -> Raw Values, select "10 [DEC]" to have human-readable values. You can then press CTRL-S to screenshot in there and attach the picture here.
 
Top