Question Computer Acting Weird, Need Help

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Ok, so just recently, my computer would start acting up, games would crash, and some wont even launch. Whenever I try to play Destiny 2 I get a Random crash, When I try to play Star Wars Battlefront 2 Or Apex Legends It crashes almost instantly. The Only Game I can load up with no problems is CS:GO, but i'm really wanting to play something else right now and can't find a solution to my problem.

Specs:
CPU: I-7 3770K
MOBO: Gigabyte B75M-D3H With BIOS version F15
RAM: 8gb DDR3-1600 G.Skill Ripjaws X
GPU: Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 580 8Gb with 19.4.1 Drivers
PSU: EVGA GQ 750w 80+ GOLD
STORAGE: SSD: 250Gb Samsung EVO 950 SATA 2.5in SSD
HDD: WD My Passport 2TB 7200rpm

The CPU and GPU are at stock clocks, with a fan curve adjustment to the GPU.

I got the GPU in december 2018, and the PSU in June 2018, they are the only new parts we have bought in a While.
 
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Destiny 2 sometimes gives errors, I dont remember them RN,
I have the latest GPU drivers and latest Motherboard bios unless they released a new one for a 2011 mobo.

I've heard that it may be GPU drivers, should I roll them back to the drivers that came with it? 18.3.1?
 
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Kindof, I install the new drivers whenever I can, so that may be the case.

IMO i think it's the motherboard cause whenever the games crash my Peripherals Lose RGB ligthing for a sec, turn back on, and get stuck, and sometimes i get shocks when i touch the PC case, and yesterday my speakers went like BAM for a sec i thought a gun had gone off. Whenever i move around with Headphones on they shock my ear. I use HyperX Cloud Stinger, K55RGB and M65 Pro FPS.
 
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Well, technically it's my dad's PC, so the Cable Management=Garbage :p

We Are using an OLD case (Old Version of Corsair 200R) so the insulation may be wearing down.

We Havent cleaned it in AGES either.
 
First of all I would do that, rewire everything if you must. Just to make sure nothing has become loose or that there isn't anything shorting the motherboard.
At least it eliminates that as a possiblity before we jump straight into hardware.
 
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Ok, so cables are OK, Everything plugged in well,

Downgraded drivers to 19.3.3 AMD, Destiny 2 Runs OK.

Played Fortnite this morning, trtied to open Google, boom, screen black, could still move and do things in game, Had to force shutdown and restart to get a regular screen again.
 

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