Try going to the event viewer. Right click the windows icon and select the event viewer. Most of the time it shows kernel or loss of power that cause random freezing.
I built a Ryzen 5 1600X with:
16 GB of 2 x 8 GB G.Skill FlareX 2400 for Ryzen
256 GB WD Black NvMe
Thermaltake Tough Power Gold 550W
Thermaltake Contact Silent 12 CPU Cooler
Radeon Pro WX3100
I have same problems like you have on that build, drove me nuts. Purchase a new Asrock AB350M motherboard while I RMA the previous board as VRM will heat up while idle and worked fine for month. My team was retrenched on that office I used to worked and left behind the this pc build as they decided to pay for it
I built a new system with the RMA Asrock AB 350M motherboard with:
Ryzen 7 2700
16 GB of 2 x 8 GB ADATA XPG 3000 DRS
256 GB ADATA SX7000 NvMe
AMD Wraith CPU cooler from my FX8370
Antec EarthWatts EA550G-Pro 550W
Radeon Pro WX3100
Works like a charm, no issues at all like my first Asrock AB 350 ATX build with
Ryzen 7 1700X
Be Quiet Pure Rock
32 GB of 2 x 16 G.Skill RipJaws V 3000
256 GB Intel 600P NvMe
Antec True Power Classic 550W Gold
Radeon Pro Wx4100
So it is really hard to figure out what went bad.
Im having the same issue with 2600x and found a workaround. In Bios change PCI settings from x16 to x4x4x4x4. Try that. Ive already tried everything - swaping twice mobo, ram, psu, drives etc .. Still the same. In GPU Z when I have pcie x16 enabled my GPU reports under load its working at pcie x16 1.1 and I have experienced stuttering, random freezes and reboots (in any aplication). When switched to x4x4x4x4 GPU-z reports x4 3.0 under load. Its still enough for a 1060 but meh... Something tells me its the Ryzen 2 poor handling of the pcie lanes..
hi jigsaw, what else do you think I can tryto fix my issue.
Eversince i have updated my bios and chipset it encounters blue screen and crash.
I need help guys
Can you try setting the Flare X XMP settings from Auto to manual 2400? The reason being that is common thing left that we had in common on having problems.
just uninstall the sound drivers(delete it too) and install the larger sized driver package offered on motherboard support page. That should solve it.