Question Question about Crashes

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PC Specs:
Ryzen 5 2600X not overclocked
Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro
MSI 1660Ti Gaming X 6GB
Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB
Crucial MX500 1TB
EVGA Supernova 550W G3
CoolerMaster Mastercase MB520 RGB
Arctic Freezer Esports Duo White with Arctic MX-4.
AOC G2590VXQ 24.5" 75Hz G-Sync Compatible.
Windows 10 64-bit

I'm facing Crashes during GTA V and Far Cry 5.
A lot of people reported kinda similar problems in those 2 games but i have to make sure it's not my issue.
The Crashes are totally random...I mean i don't face any overheating issues,i tried playing the games from Ultra to Medium settings but it's the same...It can crash after 5 minutes into the games and then it won't crash for hours or it won't crash at all.I'm getting good FPS constantly so that shows that 1660Ti's working properly.

I also played other games like Subnautica ,Little Nightmares,Inside,No Man's Sky,Witcher 3,FIFA 19,Euro Truck Simulator 2 etc in High or Ultra Settings but i never faced crashes.

All drivers are updated.
Everything is properly installed.
No blue screens.
Of course no dust issues.
GPU Temps never exceed 65 degrees Celsius at 99% usage.
CPU Temps never exceed 58 degrees during Gaming.No overclocking.
Samsung 970 Evo Plus always 35-45 degrees.
Crucial MX500 always 30-40 degrees.
GTA V's installed into the Samsung SSD.
Far Cry 5's installed into the Crucial SSD.
 
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I will check the RAMs for sure thank you.
But i wonder,if they were the problem shouldn't i face problems with every game and application in my system? Why GTA V and Far Cry 5 only?
 
Dec 8, 2019
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I will check the RAMs for sure thank you.
But i wonder,if they were the problem shouldn't i face problems with every game and application in my system? Why GTA V and Far Cry 5 only?
I have no idea about that, i believe it's because Far Cry 5 and GTA V need lot of memory?
 

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