Question Pc shuts off and turns back again on when Windows 10 was loading,getting devices read

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nj78

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Hi my new pc.

12900K with NZXT KRAKEN X73 ( 40-50C in Far Cry 6 )

2x16GB DDR4 KINGSTON DDR4 3600MHZ in GEAR 1

RTX 3090 Ti Gigabyte Gaming

Aorus Z690 Elite DDR4 bios F5

SSD 1 TB NVM PCIE

Seasonic Px 1300W Platinum Prime

I went from Aorus Z490 and 10850K to 12900K and Aorus Z690 Elite DDR4. Windows 10 is installed on SSD from 10850K build.When new pc booted i enabled in GEAR 1 XMP ( 3600 mhz ). Then i rebooted to UEFI again without issues.

Then i reboot pc again and when windows 10 was loading pc shutts off and turns back on again. And second time it booted to Windows 10 normally. Is my pc fine? Why pc shuts off ( OFF ) and turns back again on first time,when windows 10 was loading ? Pc not rebooted. Pc shuts down and boot itself up. Not typical reboot.

It happened before Windows 10 boot <%>Getting devices ready.
But why it shutdown ( i heard a click from psu ) and then reboot itself?comes back automatically
 

Zoozuu

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yeah thats normal xmp doesnt work right on a lot of boards Ive used. sometimes I would enable a certain ram setting and I couldn't do anything. Had to clear cmos. you most likely need to just play with the settings and see what works for you.

EDIT: how compatibility of the ram and the board?
EDIT: how do you have your ram situated in the motherboard? 2 and 4?
 
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nj78

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Compatibility the rams are on VQL list of mboard. Also that happened once just on first time before windows 10 <%>Getting devices ready.

Now is working ok on high load and on windows.
 

UsandThem

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We are not doing another thread on my "computer shut down once" again. We have done this too many time already going back to December 2021 (and across way too many different hardware forums). Just in a quick search, you have posted this exact same thing across seven different forums already.

If you really are experiencing issues, take it to a PC repair shop. Do not create another thread about this.

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