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Hardware failure detected related to overclock (MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon + Ryzen 5 1600)

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During a stresstest before and after overclocking both my ram and cpu i had the "hardware failure detected" on different occassions, the first test ran clear, this was on 2800mhz ram (voltage and timings unknown) and amd ryzen 1600 at stock (3200mhz), this test was stressing the cpu, fpu, cache, and ram. the second test i used 2933mhz ram (voltage and timings unknown) which it stopped on the 3,5minute mark, knowing i have had issues at 2933mhz before i ran a ram test only, once again it stopped around the 3.5 minutes, knowing the hardware failure was ram related i went back into the Bios and changed the voltage, procodt and soc voltages, now my ram is running at 2933mhz, 1.4V, soc1.1V and procodt at 60ohms. running another test only stressing ram it ran for 30 minutes after i decided to stop it assuming it would run quite good, yes i am aware 30 minutes isnt sufficient to test but it does set a baseline considering it used to dip at 3.5mins. I followed up trying to overclock my Ryzen 1600 to 3800mhz (all timings, voltages and specs can be found below) which i run another test for (cpu, fpu, cache and ram) it then failed about 15 minutes in, running another ramtest for 30mins and no issues, then ran a a cpu, fpu and cache test where it again failed around 10 minutes in. out of this i have determined that the issue might be with my overclocking. following will be my specs and known bios settings, hoping i could be helped out

system specs:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 1600
Cpu Cooler: Stock cooler (wraith spire)
Mobo: MSI x370 gaming pro carbon
Ram: 4x4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHZ
GPU: MSI GTX 1060 Gaming X 6gB
HDD: wd10EZEX

Voltages & more
CPU speed: 3800MHZ
CPU Volt: 1.35V (wouldn't mind going lower)
Soc volt: 1.1ghz
DIMM Speed: 2933MHZ
DIMM Volt: 1.4V
DIMM timings: 15-17-17-35
ProcODT: 60ohm

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21 hours ago, NayoSparks said:

During a stresstest before and after overclocking both my ram and cpu i had the "hardware failure detected" on different occassions, the first test ran clear, this was on 2800mhz ram (voltage and timings unknown) and amd ryzen 1600 at stock (3200mhz), this test was stressing the cpu, fpu, cache, and ram. the second test i used 2933mhz ram (voltage and timings unknown) which it stopped on the 3,5minute mark, knowing i have had issues at 2933mhz before i ran a ram test only, once again it stopped around the 3.5 minutes, knowing the hardware failure was ram related i went back into the Bios and changed the voltage, procodt and soc voltages, now my ram is running at 2933mhz, 1.4V, soc1.1V and procodt at 60ohms. running another test only stressing ram it ran for 30 minutes after i decided to stop it assuming it would run quite good, yes i am aware 30 minutes isnt sufficient to test but it does set a baseline considering it used to dip at 3.5mins. I followed up trying to overclock my Ryzen 1600 to 3800mhz (all timings, voltages and specs can be found below) which i run another test for (cpu, fpu, cache and ram) it then failed about 15 minutes in, running another ramtest for 30mins and no issues, then ran a a cpu, fpu and cache test where it again failed around 10 minutes in. out of this i have determined that the issue might be with my overclocking. following will be my specs and known bios settings, hoping i could be helped out

I'm afraid we're not skilled in overclocking and fine-tuning, but hopefully someone else can chime in and help you out.

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