Question RX 580 8gb - Screen Freeze, Black Screen, Lost Signal ... Gaming

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I've been experiencing black screen freezes where both my screens black out and the system eventually freezes requiring a hard reset.
it typically only happens when I'm gaming and I have a RX 580. No Overclocks.
Apparently its also an issue with windows 10

Note : I changed my GTX 1050 to test my pc its work good with no balck Screen freezes

My Problem Like The Video Below on Youtube

Video For My Problem


Motherboard - Asus b450 tuf b450-plus gaming Asus
Monitor
- Samsung 23 insh
CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 2400G With Radeon Rx Vega 11 Graphics
Storage - Samsung SSD 970 EVO
GPU - ASUS Radeon RX 580 8GB Dual-Fan Oc Edition
RAM - corsair vengeance lpx 16gb ddr4 ram 300016 G
Case - Cooler Master CMP-500 Mid Tower Desktop Case + 600w PSU
 
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i still have the same Problem even after i replaced new RX 580 i left the PC on they company they will check the problem
i will tell you the news
 
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Did that PSU come with the case?
I replaced new power supply SeaSonic 750 Gold & I replaced New VGA RX 580 but always crash when i play Game & Sometimes on Desktop crashing 2 seconds ,
i changed to Many Version of Driver
when i opend event log
( Display driver amdkmdap stopped responding and has successfully recovered )
What shoud i do
 

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I replaced new power supply SeaSonic 750 Gold & I replaced New VGA RX 580 but always crash when i play Game & Sometimes on Desktop crashing 2 seconds ,
i changed to Many Version of Driver
when i opend event log
( Display driver amdkmdap stopped responding and has successfully recovered )
What shoud i do
Do a clean install of the GPU drivers, either pick the option for a clean install or use DDU to do so.

Also go into the Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a Program and uninstall the Nvidia drivers.
 
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Do a clean install of the GPU drivers, either pick the option for a clean install or use DDU to do so.

Also go into the Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a Program and uninstall the Nvidia drivers.
i upgraded my processor from ryzen 2400g to 2600 its working now good without any Crashing
 

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