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Intermediate Entire Operating System randomly "crashing"

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I have just installed Pop!_OS as my main operating system, so far it's been great except for one issue. So, the issue is, the display goes black, mouse, keyboard lights turn off and the entire system is unresponsive(this happens seemingly at random, but I have noticed that it usually happens at around 1:30-2 hours of uptime) and I have to force restart my computer.
CPU - AMD Ryzen 5 1600X
GPU - AMD RX 470 8GB(Sapphire)
RAM - 4GB DDR4(I don't know the speed, but i think its 2400mhz)
Display - ASUS VA24D, 1920x1080@60hz
Update: I have found a link between when I play CSGO and when it happens. So, I have found out that it has not crashed a single time when I was playing CSGO, only like 5-10 minutes after quitting, so there's that.
Update Nr.2: Can someone please reply? This issue is unbearable!
 
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Check the logs to see any errors. Use journalctl -b 0 to see logs from the current boot. Use journalctl -b 0 | grep error to see errors only. You could also have a terminal already open and watch the log with journalctl -f.
 

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Check the logs to see any errors. Use journalctl -b 0 to see logs from the current boot. Use journalctl -b 0 | grep error to see errors only. You could also have a terminal already open and watch the log with journalctl -f.
I can't even get past the lockscreen now it's doing it so fast after boot.
 

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