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  • Birthday 01/01/1980

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  1. Ryzen 5 3600 B450 Aorus M Gigabyte Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 - CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W From what I know did to the BIOS update board when it arrived, so that the processor would work
  2. A small update. As it seems the problem is with the XMP. As soon as I turned off the XMP for memories, and their speed dropped, the blue screens and crashes stopped (for the last two days at least). Does that mean it's a problem with the memories and I can run a warranty or is the XMP just not stable?
  3. Peace. Recently, I get blue screens almost every day. It usually happens that I play Rainbow Six Siege or after I play it. The error I get is that BSOD is changing, but everyone seems to be related to "ntoskrnl.exe". The rest of the times I just get crashes to the desktop, without any particular error. At first I thought it might be game related, so I deleted and reinstalled the 2 drives I have, and still didn't help. I also reinstalled the card drivers and didn't help. Today I reformatted the computer, half an hour after the game crashed, when I returned to the game, after five minutes I get memory errors could not be read or something. From what I read, ntoskrnl.exe seems to be related to a memory problem, so I ran the Windows memory test and found nothing. Means to run Memtest later this week. The computer is relatively new (less than a year), all new parts except the video card. Can I exercise responsibility for the memories even though I don't have too much proof that they are the problem?
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