Question BSOD on a custom machine, thought problem was fixed in last post but came back, dmp files and specs inclued!

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Well, I’m back again and I’m not sure where these blue screens are coming from this time. I followed the advice last time and wiped Nvidia drivers out with ddu and replaced them with the ones from windows, I’ve updated all the necessary drivers from the mobo manufacturer site, and now I’m getting crashes again these last few days. Not sure if it’s related, but it seems like my firefox tabs are crashing REPEATEDLY. I was typing this into a Google doc to make sure it saved while I was working on it and it’s crashed this tab at least 5 times since I started. Also unsure if it’s related as well, but my zoom calls for class the other day crashed a once or twice but it opened back up just fine after each one. At the bottom I’ve included a link to the original thread and what I tried there as well as what some of the posters mentioned about the original dmp files.

Parts:

EVGA 750 BQ, 80+ Bronze 750W, Semi Modular

AMD RYZEN 5 2600 6-Core 3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 65W YD2600BBAFBOX

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER KO GAMING Video Card, 08G-P4-2072-KR, 8GB GDDR6, Dual Fans

ASRock B450M PRO4 AM4 AMD Promontory B450 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard

G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model F4-3000C16D-16GVRB

Corsair CC-9011023-WWCORSAIR Carbide 200R Compact ATX Case

Bios Version is 3.5

Specs from DxDiag:
View: https://imgur.com/dHvTkdK


New Dmp files:
https://ufile.io/f/lqylr

Old Dmps from the first thread:
https://ufile.io/f/rcbf7

Here’s a link to the original thread with my first issues:
 
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This looks like a motherboard issue or a CPU issue to me, or at least some hardware that's usually not easy to track down (motherboard, CPU, PSU). One of the dumps contains a memory address with a flipped bit in the exception, a bitflip is a sign of a CPU, motherboard, or PSU problem, usually CPU or motherboard.

Unfortunately, as much as I wish to, I cannot narrow it down more until tests are performed in the form of replacement.
 
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This looks like a motherboard issue or a CPU issue to me, or at least some hardware that's usually not easy to track down (motherboard, CPU, PSU). One of the dumps contains a memory address with a flipped bit in the exception, a bitflip is a sign of a CPU, motherboard, or PSU problem, usually CPU or motherboard.

Unfortunately, as much as I wish to, I cannot narrow it down more until tests are performed in the form of replacement.
Hm, that makes it hard to narrow down, which do you find the most common? I don't know if I know anyone with a motherboard I could pop my stuff into. Is AsRock known for any faulty motherboard issues or are there known problems with the RYZEN 5 2600? I'm not sure spending the money to just maybe find the part would be worth it, but if there's any further troubleshooting I can do I my end just lemme know. I do think I have another PSU around here somewhere if that helps I could swap it out and run the test again?
 

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What I specifically found is pretty rare and why I suspect what I suspect, but I cannot really say what is most common as I've seen bitflips only a few times in years.

Unfortunately I don't know what for reputation Asrock has with motherboards, nor about any other vendor manufacturing motherboards.

There is one test I can think of that might help, a memory test, but I'm not sure whether it's worth it since you said in your previous thread that a memory test had already been run.
https://www.sysnative.com/forums/threads/test-ram-with-passmark-memtest86.24300/

yes, you could swap the PSU if you're sure the PSU you have laying around is good.
 

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