The crash occurs on any file, no matter how simple. It looks like the file does not crash when using the Internal engine.
Then that would imply the OpenGL is the problem which is using your video card.
I would go to the AMD web site and get the latest driver and re-install it even though you say it seems to be up to date.
Maybe there are some settings you can change for your video card in Windows itself. Most cards have a configuration utility. Have a look and see what options you have for OpenGL.
Having said that some years ago I had a new PC (would have been back around 15 or maybe 14 - can't say for sure) but the only way I could get that to work was to actually install a video driver that was one version older than the current one.
But the latest drivers from the manufacturer have worked for me all other times and seems to help most people that have posted problems on the forum.
One of the forum moderators.
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