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Two nights ago I was playing and suddenly the fallout 76 froze some things on my screen such as a crosshair etc stretched and turn rainbow type colors the the screen went black and the pc rebooted itself. In event viewer I have seen a kernel power 41 and The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.  The bugcheck was: 0x00000050 (0xfffff80023b6b451, 0x0000000000000003, 0xfffff80023a61089, 0x0000000000000002). If anyone could give some insight would you please I am unsure what is going on. If any more info is needed I will try to prvide it thank you.

 


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i suggest to check this first.

anything overclocked or running beyond specification ?

it could be (in)directly triggered by (memory related) hardware or driver instability or programming error



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The cpu is overclocked and has been for 2 years so hopefullt its not it. I ran memtest 86 and on pass 3 test 7 it found an error so yeah it very well could be ram I also upgraded to a 3080 ti about 3 weeks ago so after reading about the issue it could be faulty or the drivers after I ddu'ed it and I have ran chkdsk and there was no errors with it. I'm not sure if I should keep running the pc to see if it happens again or just take it to a reputable shop where they really diagnos it hopefully but if any additional help or advice is welcome thank you.



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i would do two things first:

1. downclock the cpu a bit.

2. lower ram speed a bit and check for a rock stable setting.

 

if you still encounter this error i would check or exchange graphics card and OS-SSD

 

i experienced 3200er ram running fine  with 3600er setting in benchmarks but spreading ctd in a mem intensive game.

lowering mem to 3466 did the trick for me.



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What hardware are you running? How much of an overclock? What size power supply?

 

The bugcheck error does indeed point to a ram issue.



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What hardware are you running? How much of an overclock? What size power supply?

 

The bugcheck error does indeed point to a ram issue.

9900k @5ghz, 2 16 gig sticks 32 gigs @3200 mhz, 1200 watt power suppl,y 3080 ti.



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i would do two things first:

1. downclock the cpu a bit.

2. lower ram speed a bit and check for a rock stable setting.

 

if you still encounter this error i would check or exchange graphics card and OS-SSD

 

i experienced 3200er ram running fine  with 3600er setting in benchmarks but spreading ctd in a mem intensive game.

lowering mem to 3466 did the trick for me.

 

i would do two things first:

1. downclock the cpu a bit.

2. lower ram speed a bit and check for a rock stable setting.

 

if you still encounter this error i would check or exchange graphics card and OS-SSD

 

i experienced 3200er ram running fine  with 3600er setting in benchmarks but spreading ctd in a mem intensive game.

lowering mem to 3466 did the trick for me.

I'll give this a try thanks. 



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Yeah, I love it when folks bring their gaming rig into the shop, and I get paid to play their games. :D

 

Let Memtest go thru its complete test, unless, it starts spitting lots of errors. (it'll get tired of it aft a bit, and die anyway.....) See what happens. If your machine has been together for a while, likely wouldn't hurt to blow it out, and re-seat the RAM. That fixes a great many ills.



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Well I have done the things suggested and other things googled to test and I guess it's time for process of elimination starting with the video card only because the manufacturer guarantees a new and not a refurb then on to the ram etc. Thanks for the help.






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