Question blue screen error and sudden shutdown of games

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Guys, I recently refreshed my CPU and bought an i9-9900K. I also changed my motherboard and replaced it with the MSI Z390 GAMING Edge AC. I bought new liquid cooling for this processor and upgraded my RAMs to Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 3600MHz. The trouble started after that. My computer is giving a blue screen while playing games or browsing the internet for no reason, sometimes the game and the browser suddenly shut down. I formatted to fix the problem, deleted the drivers and reinstalled manually, but nothing changed. Minidump files are available at the link below.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eOMRIap9jlN-c0G9CS6PPVfYi9XjeuYL/view
 
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what psu are you using? complete system specs?
PSU : XIGMATEK X-POWER 650 W 80 PLUS
CPU : i9-9900K.
GPU : ASUS ROG STRIX 2060
RAM : Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 3600MHz
SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB
MOTHERBOARD : MSI Z390 GAMING Edge AC.
 

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well the first 2 things that come to my head are
did you mount the cooler properly? is it properly seated? if you didnt install properly the cpu could get getting very hot in some spots and shutting the pc down to preserve itself
ram-try leaving 1 stick in and if you still get bsod switch sticks, ram can cause blu screens
dont know much about that psu, never heard of that brand, after a quick search seems its somewhat reputable
also, did you reinstall windows/do fresh install when you put the new motherboard in?
 
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well the first 2 things that come to my head are
did you mount the cooler properly? is it properly seated? if you didnt install properly the cpu could get getting very hot in some spots and shutting the pc down to preserve itself
ram-try leaving 1 stick in and if you still get bsod switch sticks, ram can cause blu screens
dont know much about that psu, never heard of that brand, after a quick search seems its somewhat reputable
also, did you reinstall windows/do fresh install when you put the new motherboard in?
I put it nicely because the cpu used to go up to 100 degrees, now it is 65 degrees.
I reinstalled and updated everything.
I'm testing my rams now, there were 450 errors, is this normal?
I uploaded this link my test result

https://prnt.sc/11b3xnu
 

Pc6777

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I put it nicely because the cpu used to go up to 100 degrees, now it is 65 degrees.
I reinstalled and updated everything.
I'm testing my rams now, there were 450 errors, is this normal?
I uploaded this link my test result

https://prnt.sc/11b3xnu
how did you overclock the ram? if you got error in a ram test your problem is probably your ram oc/xmp profile or the ram is defective. turn the oc/xmp off and see what happens. if you still have problems take a stick out and run a test, if you still have problems switch sticks and test again, if its the ram you need to single out the bad stick.
 
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