1. CPU core is still under 1V. Was 0.896 V, now 0.952 V Be sure to double check with CPUz.
https://valid.x86.fr/dh61aa shows about 1.199V or 1.2V. Yours is under 1.0V so it may occasionally crash, lockup, reboot. It's a common issue that I look out for.
2. The GPU is the R9 290 and once in a while these give the owner grief.
I can't see the GPU driver version but look at other complaints or use the version you think is best.
I use DDU (see google) to remove the GPU drivers so I can get a clean GPU driver install.
Well, I'm out of ideas.
For the last few months I have been dealing with an issue where I have random black screen crashes that require I manually reboot my PC. It will most frequently happen when idling but has also been known to happen while browsing the internet (chrome) or within 10 minutes of startup.
Often times the indicator lights will continue to function after teh crash and sound will still play, making me think the issue was graphics drivers, but after a few minutes the sound will buzz with a hard lock as well. Usually, I can find nothing in event viewer to clew me into what is happening, and log readers like WhoCrashed come up empty.
I've gone as far as completely reinstalling windows and it is still an issue.
It's probably something stupid and obvious, but im not seeing it.