Windows 10 keeps BSOD

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MladenTaz

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Greetings people,

For a while my PC keeps getting usually memory management BSOD after i close some more advanced game, like Far Cry 5, but not windows 10 store games like Asphalt 9. I sent PC to service, and wasn't hardware problem, was software, and they somehow fix it. But then after 10 days windows update came and i was getting back to same ol' problem. I gather some drivers are not working as they should. But i don't know how to fix it alone.
My PC specs are:

Motherboard AM4 A320M, PCIe/DDR4/SATA3/GLAN/7.1/USB 3.1
ProcesssorAMD Ryzen 5 1400, 14nm 4-fizička/8-logička jezgra, 8MB L3 keš, potrošnja 65W
3.2GHz (Turbo frequency 3.4GHz)
Ram memory 8GB DDR4
HD 1TB SATA3
7200rpm
Graphic Card AMD Radeon RX560, 2GB/GDDR5/128bit
DVD+/-RW SATA/black, DVD Multi Writer
7.1 System sound card on motherboard
PSUATX 450W
I'm using 2.1 speakers, don't need anything better. Also my Monitor has speakers built in.

I tried reinstalling and installing fresh graphic drivers, but didn't help at all. Current are 18.10.1 latest optional drivers. Thank you in advance for you help.
 

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