I was lucky (unlucky?) enough to buy the Asrock Phantom Gaming 6800 from Newegg about 2 weeks ago. However, I've had nothing but trouble and I'm not really sure why. TLR - System Randomly Crashes, and Crashes hard when gaming. Erratic time to failure. Nothing seems out of the ordinary. No OC. Temps good. Mobo VGA Error lights after crashes. Zero visual artifacts/etc. GPU fans will usually spike to 100% after system has failed. Recently installed my ASrock Phantom 6800. During games - any game really, except MS Flight Sim (so far), GPU crashes, Mobo VGA Error Light Comes on , GPU Fans spike to 100%. Operating temps all normal in software, and as measured with Infrared heat gun on heat plate. No junction temp above 65° ever seen in Radeon drivers. Computer runs totally fine outside of gaming. Can even complete Timespy Extreme in 3D Mark. Coming from an RX 480. (Damn good little card. 0 Issues in almost 5 years and paid $215!) Hardware: Asus X570 Tuf Wifi Ryzen 3800X 32 GB RAM (3600 Mhz C 16 - SK Hynix Modules as Trident Neo) Seasonic Focus GX 750 Watt Gold PSU (3 months old) GPU connected with 2X PCIe 8-pin cables. (One cable is an aftermarket cable from Amazon due to giving my OEM cable to relative when building his first PC. Measured ~12.5 Volts on this cable using multimeter) (Replacement cables ordered from OEM Seasonic supplier today just in case). Software: OS - Windows 10.0.0.19042 Build 19042. Radeon Version 20.12.1 Tuning: OC profile using 1Usmus Clock Tuner for Ryzen Manually input timings from 1Usmus DRAM Calculator. (Auto 3600mhz profile.) Troubleshooting: Ran AMD Cleanup Utility, re-installed Radeon. Re-seated GPU, moved PSU connection port, tried both plugs on the PCIe GPU side. Confirmed voltage with multi-meter. Nothing seems to have helped so far. Am I over looking anything? Last troubleshooting steps will be new OEM PSU cables, and complete DDU pass, along with trying card in the GF's rig. Otherwise, will have to seek Newegg refund process and back to shopping! Appreciate any feedback!