Im marking this as solved.
Things to note that some people might fight useful. (This applies if you have an AMD CPU/GPU combo only
1.-When using the AMD uninstaller it is possible it will leave files that -WILL- cause system instability after the reboot they prompt you to do. In my case after doing the uninstall and rebooting, my system would crash to a BSOD from an atisys file no matter the output. GPU or Motherboard. I was able to overcome this by taping F8 during boot and having the system boot in low resolution mode. This let me run drivercleaner.net and scan for leftovers, and trust me. There were A LOT.
2.-Since this program will uninstall everything, it will include the chipset/AHCI/USB 3.0 drivers, which ironically do not come with the newest AMD drivers at all, and windows will -not- install them with it's default drivers
. However the system will be able to boot ,and as long as you have USB 2.0 you will be able to operate the computer enough to download the chipset drivers from: AMD Chipset Drivers
After that the computer booted up with no hiccups and nothing else missing. I am yet to see if this painstaking process will fix my dual monitor crash issues, but right now I'm just glad I managed to get this sucker to boot after believing AMD drivers had once again bricked my system.
And the worst part? I still love AMD.