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    Posted: 19 Jan 2018 at 3:56am
Bought this as whole setup .It freezes randomly on low load especially while browsing  it will run any stress test and would never freeze under heavy load.Current setup is ryzen 1800x(water cooled)  asrock a320m pro4,2x 2400ddr team elite+running at 2133,radeon rx560, psu is  corsair gold  850i modular.
Tried everything... swap rams.. fresh win10 install,Ive even loosen latency on ram no effect.It looks like board issue with going from low to high power state.Ive carncked voltage on dram to 1.3 no effect.Cant adjust Soc as there is no option on a320m.Is asrock getting crap.???Confused?



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This mobo is not an OC moby by any means. Don't try anything extreme with it. 1800X can draw a lot of juice if clocked.

Please post more details about your hardware and software.

RAM should be in A2 & B2 slots. Check if everything is seated properly. Check Win event logs.

Clear CMOS properly, plop the very recent P4.50 (read carefully the UEFI section for your mobo), reboot, clear CMOS again. Do a fresh Win install. Check if you are still getting the hangs.

Get some monitoring software like HWiNFO64 and monitor system parameters, just to see if some voltage or temp isn't spiking or something.
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sounds like u have on low loads high voltage spikes, your board vrm maybe cant handle it
this seems to be normal behaviour on ryzens
try to fiddle with p-states
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