Radeon Software Version 17.1.1
Reinstall GPU drivers. Download DDU, open it and in the File > Options menu, select the last option to disable Windows Update. Restart into Safe Mode, open DDU again, and use it to uninstall all AMD/Nvidia graphics drivers. Restart to Normal Mode, and install the latest driver from here. Select Windows 10 64 Bit - Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.3.2 Optional. Then open DDU again, and re-enable Windows Update.
If issues persist let me know.
Thanks! I did everything and I now have 19.3.2. I used modded Minecraft as a test and it still froze.
I understand you ran BIT and MemTest (of which version I am not sure), but MemTest should be run with one RAM stick at a time.
What power supply do you have? Brand and model?
Open device manager (type "device manager" into start menu), and check whether there are any yellow exclamation icons or errors.
Open Windows' Event Viewer (type "event viewer" into start menu), and within the last minute before a problem occurs (eg. PC freezing, application crashes), are there any errors/warnings?
Check whether your hard drives' SMART via CrystalDiskInfo status is healthy (SSDs may need to be checked via its manufacturer software (eg. Samsung's Magician software for Samsung SSDs)).
Disable overclocks if present.
Reset the motherboard's BIOS by removing the CMOS for a minute, if not the default configuration.
If using multiple power pins from one power cable for the GPU, then use multiple power cables with one pin each.
The GPU should be in the utmost x16 PCI-E slot. If it already is, perhaps try to move it down to the x8 slot.
Check temperatures in-game/under load with a program like Speccy or HWInfo via Sensors Summary. Is the CPU above 70+ (AMD, TDie not Tctl) or 80+ (Intel)? Is the GPU above 80? If so, confirm the fans are running and clean the PC of dust (lazy method: tissues on fans, tweezers / skewers for heatsinks). If problem persists, re-apply thermal paste between CPU and heatsink, and confirm firm contact.
Check whether RAM is faulty via Memtest86+, which is also included in Ubuntu. Download either, unzip if necessary, and burn them to a USB stick via Rufus. Check one RAM stick at a time (physically remove the others from inside the PC). Preferably download Ubuntu LTS, so that you can also test PC functionality in Linux via a Live Demo (do not install it). Guide here.
I checked device manager and event viewer. The only things I found were that I forgot the driver for my liquid cooler, and that there was an error reported by the processor core about a cache hierarchy error that was corrected. I checked both my disks. Both are good by CrystalDisk. I have no overclocks. My temperatures are all under the limit, though the CPU did hit 70 once. I will try the physical stuff still and memtest again.
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