Having trouble with new computer build

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Hey everyone!

I have a friend who moved a bit away from here, he wanted to build a new PC so I helped him (took like 8 hours to build and finish installing...), help was remote.

Well, the PC seems to be working OK other than freezing while gaming or doing something for a while.

Computer Specs

Gigabyte AB350 motherboard (updated BIOS)
Ryzen 2600 non X
Crucial RAM 8GB 3000Mhz 1.3 volts (already set on BIOS with XMP)
Kingston SSD 480Gb SA400S37
Gigabyte GTX1050Ti 4GB
EVGA PSU 650 B3

I was with him every step on the building process, when finished installed windows I directed him to install all necesary Motherboard vendor drivers, update everything windows update, installed the newest nvidia driver, set the correct voltage for the RAM, but it doesn't matter, the computer still has some lockups, audio stutters too, and we don't know what it could be...

The only thing left should be SSD firmware maybe but not sure if it cleans the drive.

I've built other PCs for friends lately with way less budget (ryzen 2200G no discrete GPU) and they work just fine in the couple games my buddies have tried.

My only other suspect is the GPU not getting enough power from the PCIe for some reason (doesn't require PCIe connector)

Any input will be appreciated.



:edit: Sorry but it got posted on the GPU sub forum, didn't notice
 

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