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Few things to check:
* Make sure you are running '''''Windows 10''''' version '''''1903''''', also known as the '''''Windows 10''''' May 2019 Update. You can check this by typing winver in the start menu search bar and hit enter. If it is not on 1903 yet then do the windows update to get to that windows version.
* Ensure BIOS is up to date (This has already been done as you’ve said)
* Make sure you are using latest AMD chipset drivers. I think they are called AGESA and there have been quite a few hotfixes in terms of OS stability and drivers for that.
* Run the ram at non-overclocked / stock speeds (2133/2400 basically disabled ram profile). Sometimes ram overclocks can be unstable due to the motherboard / cpu combo not handling it well without finer tuning of the ram overclock.
+* Use DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) to clean uninstall your Nvidia and any other obsolete graphics drivers. You can download it [https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html|here]. After doing that make sure to install latest nvidia graphics driver.

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Aporte original por: Ben ,

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Few things to check:

* Make sure you are running '''''Windows 10''''' version '''''1903''''', also known as the '''''Windows 10''''' May 2019 Update. You can check this by typing winver in the start menu search bar and hit enter. If it is not on 1903 yet then do the windows update to get to that windows version.
* Ensure BIOS is up to date (This has already been done as you’ve said)
* Make sure you are using latest AMD chipset drivers. I think they are called AGESA and there have been quite a few hotfixes in terms of OS stability and drivers for that.
* Run the ram at non-overclocked / stock speeds (2133/2400 basically disabled ram profile). Sometimes ram overclocks can be unstable due to the motherboard / cpu combo not handling it well without finer tuning of the ram overclock.

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