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CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL
Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Type: 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM
Speed: DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800)
DDR4 3603 16-20-20-38 1.3SV


Windows 11 Pro

I notice that my first boot of the day normally has no issues, but if the PC has to be restarted, shuts down, or crashes then the PC tends to boot loop/auto repair.
Normally during this time it freezes and I have to boot cycle it about 5 or 6 times and it works. Other times I notice I have to walk away from the machine for several
hours and then it boots fine. Seems like a crap shoot.

So far I have reinstalled the OS and nothing works. I have tried removing the peripherals from the PC thinking it might be something that is messing with it during boot.
Some luck, but not enough to be sure it is one of them, since it is still a crap shoot if it boots.

Recently I have tried messing with DOCP and trying to enable that. I've gone as far as manually trying to mess with the RAM timing and it still didn't help.  It doesn't crash the machine, it just freezes on boot up or goes to auto repair and freezes there as

I'm at a loss at this point any help would be well.....helpful.

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when it boot loops, have a look at the 4 debug LEDs on the motherboard and see at which one it stops each time. If it's the DRAM LED, maybe you should update the motherboard bios to the latest version if it's not done already. they add better memory support regularely and that would help when running at 3600mhz.

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  • 1 year later...

I have exactly the same problem. I spend several weeks trying to fix this.Fudi you find a solution? I tried updating all firmware for ram and everything else, reinstalling os, flashing bios and everything else I could think off. Send my pc off to the local pc wizzard for the second week in a row and he seems to be at a loss too.

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