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    I kept all night the test memtest86 , all went fine. This is the results - https://imgur.com/a/C4c4qjV, so still not had any clue where my problem comes from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zangiamit91 View Post
    It's so weird. With the original driver from ASUS, it was stable and had no problem, but the driver is too old for some new games, so I was forced to update the newer version from AMD (as I told by the ASUS support)
    I'd look to see if there was a later driver (https://www.techpowerup.com/download...phics-drivers/)

    A lot of video cards are over-clocked by the manufacturer, so I'd trying using GPU Tweak II to underclock.

    I'd also check for a BIOS update to the mother board

    Windows 10 20H1 should be out any day now.
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    Yes, this version in overlocked by the factory. I can try to underlock, but maybe (and a big maybe) itís getting over-temperature, and I can try to mess with the temp level on the GPU tweaker by ASUS .. now itís 75c* .. I remembered that in the benchmark yesterday I was above 75, around 85-90 and it was still stable. So Iím confused 😓

    The AMD Driver is the latest stable, and I tried update the bios with the ASUS tool , nothing helped . I donít think that windows 20h1 will change anything in my case .

    My mobo bios and driver is up to date

    What about to flash to different bios?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zangiamit91 View Post
    I kept all night the test memtest86 , all went fine. This is the results - https://imgur.com/a/C4c4qjV, so still not had any clue where my problem comes from.
    I'd stii try two sticks at a time.

    Memtest hardly ever finds faulty RAM for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    I'd stii try two sticks at a time.

    Memtest hardly ever finds faulty RAM for me.
    ill. will do that tonight and ill update

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    I'd stii try two sticks at a time.

    Memtest hardly ever finds faulty RAM for me.
    Same for me with modern PC's, only works well for old PC's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zangiamit91 View Post
    Yes, this version in overlocked by the factory. I can try to underlock, but maybe (and a big maybe) itís getting over-temperature, and I can try to mess with the temp level on the GPU tweaker by ASUS .. now itís 75c* .. I remembered that in the benchmark yesterday I was above 75, around 85-90 and it was still stable. So Iím confused 😓

    Always the same game? or do other games crash the machine?

    and its 'over-clocking', not overlocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Same for me with modern PC's, only works well for old PC's.

    I don't have any modern PCs which would explain why it works well for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Always the same game? or do other games crash the machine?

    and it's over-clocking', not overlocking.
    yes, any game. and right, over-clocking.

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    Well, two sticks (on A1 and B1) gave the same crushed. I check the error log on my windows, and I found two errors that point on the and driver and the GPU - https://imgur.com/a/cKevAzi
    I don't know if its useful information.

    Anyway, I found a switch on the GPU that use for dual BIOS, its the same bios version on both sides, but like I mention few messages back, what about to flash to another bio?

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