First of all here are my specs
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 122 °F
Summit Ridge 14nm Technology
32.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 1064MHz (15-15-15-36)
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. CROSSHAIR VI HERO (AM4) 85 °F
BenQ XL2411Z (1920x1080@59Hz)
8192MB ATI AMD Radeon R9 390 Series (ASUStek Computer Inc) 148 °F
Current Driver: 19.1.1
111GB OCZ-VECTOR180 (SATA (SSD)) 79 °F
931GB Seagate ST1000DM003-9YN162 (SATA ) 78 °F
1043GB Western Digital WDC WD1001X06X-00SJVT0 (SATA (SSD)) 74 °F
111GB OCZ-AGILITY3 (SATA (SSD)) 87 °F
No optical disk drives detected
Realtek High Definition Audio
About a year ago I did an overhaul on my Computer. I changed out my Intel motherboard and CPU for all AMD.
My thought was that if I had everything AMD, I would have a great unity with all working parts so that my gaming computer would be an awesome workhorse for me.
Instead, I have a computer that seems to crash when under pressure.
Especially when I am in a game, I get a couple of puzzle piece glitches and the game crashes. The computer will not crash, just whatever game I am in. It does not matter if I am in a low graphics game like Minecraft or Fortnite, or a high graphics game like Fallout 76 or Ring of Elysium.
This has been extremely frustrating.
If I use MSI Afterburner (I know Ironic) I can get a few more minutes of game time before the crash.
With as much money I have into this machine, there is in no way that I should be having this issue.
My son has a computer that is worth about $800 and has ZERO issues with his gaming.