Question BSOD Kernel Power

Dec 11, 2019
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Hello. I've been visiting this forum for years to find answers, but this is my first time asking a question. I am having a BSoD Whea_uncorrectable_error and get a Critical Event 41, Kernel Power on a new build with Windows 10.

Specs:
Mobo: MSI Meg z390 Ace (Bios flashed to 7B12v16, latest version)
Cpu: i9 9900ks
Cooler: Cooler Master ML360r rgb
Ram: Corsair Vengeance LPX (cmk32gx4m2d3200c16) (it's on MSI's QVL, 2x16 sticks)
Gpu: GeForce RTX Ti ROG Strix Gaming OC 11GB
SSD1: Samsung 970 EVO Plus (NVMe M.2)
SSD2: Samsung 860 EVO
Psu: Corsair RM1000x

No indication of problems when visually inspecting parts. No assembly problems. No Windows install problems (M.2, PCIe, 100Gb partition).

No manual overclocking (wanted to learn on this build).

All drivers up to date. Windows up to date (v 1909). No Windows device warnings. Windows power settings tested, now set to Ultimate Performance. Cpu/Gpu temps seems to be ok. IPDT tests passed, but Prime95 fails - giving BSoD. Windows Memory Diagnostic and memtest86 passed. SSD tests passed. Gpu tests passed. Psu tests passed.

Minidump

(Whea_uncorrectable_error)
(Kmode_exception_not_handled)
(Kernel_security_check_failure)
(Clock_watchdog_timeout)

Observation: The BSoD does not happen while running long diagnostics and stress tests.

I've been reading, testing and diagnosing for days, but I'm unable to solve this problem. This is too difficult for me to figure out on my own, so any help and assistance will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance! :)
 

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