- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus ProArt Z690-Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hello @zzhou,Hi guys, I upgraded from 12900K to 13900K last month, and at the same time, the BIOS had to be upgraded to F23.
But something confusing happened, when I was using Geekbench or R23, or even rendering software at full capacity, my system had a high chance of crashing and rebooting, and the system did not seem to record the crash log.
I've been stuck with this problem for a month. So far I've tried: enable/disable CpuFriend, replace CPUFriendDataProvider config file, enable/disable CpuTscSync.kext and CpuTopologyRebuild.kext, use default frequency RAM, limit power consumption and temperature of 13900k.
But unfortunately, the problem still exists. Everything works fine in Windows, and I didn't have similar issues with my previous 12900K. Do you have any ideas? Many thanks!
When you run Windows, is the system stable for long periods of time (let's say 6 to 8 hours)? I faced a similar problem, which was due to bad memory. The system would sometimes crash quickly and sometimes crash much later.
If you have a spare set of DIMMs it might be a good idea to temporarily try them.