The thing I keep running into Ryzen is that the BIOS SHALL be current. This can really test a builder's resolve since many FEAR updating the BIOS. I can not overcome that fear so if you can't do this, then have it done.
If it's dead, call the maker or supplier and ask what to RMA.
I have gotten the red CPU light twice before and now I don’t know how I got it again. The first time I had my computer for a week then it decided not to work anymore so I replaced the CPU. That gave me my second CPU light so I tried replacing my motherboard and that fixed it for about to weeks. Today I tried to activate windows and after it activated the whole thing froze so I tried turning it on and off then I gave me my third light. Is there anyway to fix it without replacing more parts.
Motherboard: Gigabyte AB350-gaming 3
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
EVGA: 650 GQ 80 Plus
RAM:Kingston Hyperx 8gb kit