Thank you Jeffrey! I did reinstall windows, this is a brand new cp, only ps and lightroom cause this issue. I have found a work around by going into task manager, then details and changing app priority and what cpu's program uses to run. Adobe has remote connected too and it has been months trying to determine issue with no prevail.
Lightroom and Photoshop might trigger it but it's us simply accessing the driver and the driver bringing down the system. So you have more than one graphics card and driver? This is generally bad as mixing drivers causes conflicts at the OS level. Try step 7 here, specifying the preferred card with Photoshop and Lightroom: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/troubleshoot-gpu-graphics-card.html#GPUandgraphicsdrivertroubleshootingsteps
Do a thorough check on the integrity of your system, e.g. check the RAM memory, disk, GPU driver, ...
If your system crashing while using any of the user mode applications such as Lr or PS, it is a clear indication that there is some hardware or low level driver failures on your system.