I tried a different GPU in my PC and still crashed, and then tried my GPU in another PC and it did not so i'm guessing its the mother board. So will i have to get a new one? and does this mean i will need an upgrade or what?Yes, that is perfectly fine. Honestly, you either have a motherboard or a GPU issue, from my best assessment based on the traffic back/forth in this thread. Isolating the whether or not the GPU is the culprit would be easy if you had access to another GPU (or PC to install your GPU into). The motherboard, not so much.
haha yeah, it isn't going to cost me a penny and i'm getting a brand new one for free, so it won't matter weather it is or not, but i do think it is. By the way thanks for all this help i really do appreciate it, i really can't thank you enough i would of brought a new mobo with my own money if you dint tell me to check for a waranty! <3Seems to be the most likely culprit. I assume we'll know soon enough.
Okay, so i did test my GPU in my bro's PC and it worked perfect, i'm not overclocking i don't think, i'm currently under-clocking my GPU to the core clock as it's factory OC'd, the MEMtest told me there were no errors. and i think yes latest bios on the new Mobo.So, it seems there is an issue with either the CPU, memory, or GPU. Just to confirm. No OCing. Successful memory test. Latest BIOS on mobo (yes, the new one). Right?
Have you tested the GPU in another rig?
Unfortunately I tried removing his heat sink to access his CPU but I think the thermal paste has stuck it, it literally won’t budge and I tried pushing down and twisting but I don’t want to damage anythingDoes your brother's system also have a Ryzen CPU? If so, try swapping them to test for stability.