So, I have a terrible dell motherboard that came with my prebuilt. I upgraded everything in the pc, so now I have a CX650M, GTX 1080 8GB Founders Edition, an i5 7400 which came with the prebuilt and the regular Dell tower case. The RAM I had was 8GB (2*4) GB and it was made by an unfamiliar company and looked terrible and felt cheap. So now, I have bought 2 of Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2400 MHz DDR4 DRAM Desktop Gaming Memory Kit 8GB (4GBx2) CL16 BLS2K4G4D240FSB (Gray) from Amazon. And now I have 16GB and 4 sticks of 4gb of ram each. I correctly plugged in the new 16 gn of ram and took the old one out. Immediately I noticed a difference and it felt slower on some things. Then, I tried to play a match of Rainbow Six Siege after some time, and I got stuck on a screen. Then I held the power button and restarted the computer, but then I updated my gpu drivers (which failed to update) and tried to restart my system where I was sent to “ preparing Automatic repair” and then got sent to the BSoD, it would keep looping itself on and off and then to the BSoD and occasionally I could access the bios. I was thinking the ram is faulty but then I put the old ram in and it also didn’t work and it kept doing the same loop from the RAM before. I don’t know if my motherboard is faulty or the RAM is. I want to get a new motherboard anyway but I don’t know what to do right now. Please help. Side note, the ram I got came in 2 different packs. One pack had 2 sticks and the other had 2 for a total of 4. And when I looked in task manager the ram said “dimm” and the new ram I have from ballistix is “udimm” Do I have to return the ram? Or get a new motherboard? I can’t figure out what’s wrong. And is there a possibility that any of my other parts could have been ruined by this whole thing? Sorry for the terrible nooby decisions. Thank you.