New PC has multiple issues

Adham Abdallah 0 Reputation points

I recently built a new computer about a month ago. I have had no issues with this computer up until recently. I have a rtx 3060, ryxen 7 5800x, msi mpg b550 motherboard, 32 gb of 3600 ram, 700 Watt power supply, and all my parts are always at a stable temperature. I have windows 11 pro installed currently. I built this new pc recently as I had lots of issues with my old one and I deduced it to being faulty hardware. Before I had built this one I bought the same rtx 3060 and used it with my old pc. I thought that there would be no reason to upgrade my gpu as it already was a good one so I kept it to use for the new build. I am not sure if that same gpu might have gone wrong from the old pc to the new one but as I have read online that does not seem to be the case. All of my drivers and bios are updated so I dont think thats the issue. The problems I have received keep stacking up onto each other. First it was my pc freezing and then staying frozen until I shut it down and restarted it. Next it was multiple different BSOD each with different messages. I have also noticed my screen suddenly turn into a glitched state where the PC turns off on its own. Lastly, my pc will completely crash and reboot itself but for some reason the gpu does not seem to turn on. I can tell this by looking at the LED, as my gpu turns off or turns on it shows a certain color but when its off no LED will be on along with it. I seem to have bad luck with building new computers but I really thought that if I spent a good amount of money on this setup I should have no problems at all. When I first built the PC it was completely fine so why now does it have to just straight up not work? I have not downloaded anything that would include a virus on it as I do not even have much on the PC in the first place. I reopened it to see if any of the wiring was off or if something is not completely plugged in but as I had already knew everything was the exact same as I had first built it. I don't want to have to spend even more money on this PC just for it to work so what can I do? Please guide me through this process!

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  1. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 22,191 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi Adham Abdallah

    Of course you can still use the same GPU on your new machine. In the case BSOD each with different error messages, it's recommended to check your RAM first, especially if you have multiple DIMMs. Sometimes the issue can be caused by the compatibility even if the DIMMs pass the memory test.

    Best Regards,

    Ian Xue

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