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BSOD issues with Graphics Card

Hi, I had recently gotten some new upgrades for my PC. Namely a new motherboard, new CPU and new RAM. But since then I've been getting constant BSOD issues and the reference problem it's mentioning is related to my graphics card (Radeon RX 580). I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling new and older drivers and that doesn't work. I haven't found any solutions online that have helped either. Was hoping for some answers here. Thanks

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I'd start with a clean install of Windows 10, followed by the latest motherboard and video card drivers from the makers site. Does that help?

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You need to undo some changes too.

You changed too much at the same time so you can't know if it's RAM or GPU related. You can not use the BSOD to sniff out which so I'd go back to what worked and now that it works, change one item at a time.

The RX 580 does pull more power than a lot of cards so did you take that into account as well?

Is the BIOS current?

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