As the title says, since the update to Fedora 37 I keep getting short slowdowns/stutters once every while (once per 2 hours maybe) and very rarely a total crash. When that happens the screen turns green and the last playing sound repeats several times the last second or so and then stops. All I can do then is reset the computer. These slowdowns or crashes appear at seemingly random moments: reading a webpage, playing factorio, watching a video on youtube. It does not seem related to anything the user does and I cannot reproduce it as I don’t know what causes it.
Sorry, not much insight on the specific issue, but FWIW I play games through Steam as well and have a bunch of those errors in my logs as well, but I don’t have the same issue you’re experiencing, so they seem unlikely to be related.
And you probably are running under Wayland (you can use inxi -Fzxx - which may need to be installed through dnf - and post that here to show other system information for folks who to possibly use in helping, and to help double-check stuff like that), but to my understanding Steam runs games under XWayland to accommodate Wine still needing X?
You are using Wayland. Steam runs through Xwayland, because Steam client
itself (with embedded Chromium), Steam overlay still only work on X.
Can’t see what the cause of the slowdowns/crashes is from these logs.
You are using the integrated GPU of your Ryzen 5 4650G, yes?
Some things I would try (one by one, not all at once):
Use X11 session. There should be an option on the GNOME login screen.
Check thermals, make sure the CPU isn’t overheating. You can use htop (requires lm_sensors). There might also be GNOME extensions
that are easier to use (I don’t use GNOME so you’ll have to look it up).
One thing I have noted with steam is that for certain games the version of proton applied to that game does sometimes matter. I had to set it to a much older version of proton to run the civilization series of games. The version of proton can cause complete failure or simply frustrating performance. Steam can also have multiple versions of proton installed at the same time.