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Question Ryzen 3 3200g soft crashes and weird behaviour

Feb 8, 2020
GPU: Integrated vega 8, no overclock , Im currently using 2 GB. No SLI/Crossfire.
CPU: Ryzen 3 3200g no overclock
Motherboard: Gibabyte S2H 320M-A
RAM: Model number: cmk8gx4m1a2666c16 , 16GB 2x8GB, slot 2 and 4, using XMP profile to run at its native 2666MHZ.
PSU: Thermaltake MWE 500w White 230v
Operating System & Version: I.E. Windows 10 pro, Version 1909
GPU Drivers: 20.5.1
Chipset Drivers: 10.0.18362.1

Background Applications: When playing games: None. Usually just Mozilla with 3 tabs max. Although the problem is more frecuent when playing games.

Description of Original Problem:
After 30min of playing, the game freezes and takes me back to Desktop. For some reason the audio is missing after the crash. I have to restart the pc and the audio is back on. It's happened once while watching YouTube but generally it happens while playing.

Note: I'm downloading the "Windows 10 update 2004 version"
Note #2: Current Driver I'm using is the 2020 Adrenalin drivers 20.5.1
Note#3:Sometimes i can play for 3 hours straight and no crashes whatsoever but some others the issue appears after 10 min.

This is the message I get when my game crashes to desktop:
DirectX error 2005270523 gpu device instance has been suspended. Use Getdeviceremovedreason to find out which is the right accion.
Line Number: 496
File G:\GGEngine\Source.cpp\GraphicsEngine-DirectX\GGGraphicsEngine-dx.cpp

Troubleshooting: Just restarting the Pc solves the issue temporarily.

Feb 8, 2020
If you disable X.M.P. there should be an option to manually set the memory speed. If not you can try setting the RAM to 2133 to see if the crashes stop.
In case it doesn't let me set it to other frequency, is there a software to do so? I heard about Amd calculator but I don't know if there is a function to do so.