My FiveM is crashing my entire PC in certain servers...

Environment questions

GTA V version: Most up to date
Up to date: Yes
Legit or Pirate copy: Legit
Purchased where - Steam/Rockstar Launcher/Epic: Steam
Windows version: 11 / Up to date
Did you try to delete content_index.xml and try again? No
System specifications: Ryzen 7 5700g / RTX 3060ti
CitizenFX crash zip file (‘Save information’ on a crash): No crash information
logs/CitizenFX_log files:
.dmp files/report IDs:

If you can’t start the game at all

GTA V folder screenshot:
GTA V/update/x64/dlcpacks screenshot:
Filepath to FiveM folder:
FiveM client folder screenshot:
Which antivirus/firewall software are you using?
Did you try to disable/uninstall your Anti-virus?

Important parts

What is the issue you’re having? My fivem will crash my pc causing it to become unresponsive and go to black screens. The only way to recover is to hard restart my pc from the power button

What are you trying to do? Just trying to play in my selected server. The game will play for a good min and then after like 5-10 minutes, when I try to tab out and go to my other monitor, it will freeze my pc.

What have you tried already to fix the issue? This problem was happening once before and I went and replaced my entire PC because I was within my 30 day warrenty.

Error screenshot (if any):

What did you do to get this issue? I’ve done nothing acknowledgeable to know exactly what lead me to have these issues…

What server did you get this issue on? Be specific and name some, ‘all of them’ by itself isn’t useful!
Mostly in GrizzleyWorld RP, and most recently GrizzleyWorld WL

Additional comments

This is the second time I’m dealing with this issue. I pay alot to be in these servers and I stream while I play. I need to be able to tab out and go to my other screen without my pc crashing everytime I do so.

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