Question Dealing with memory related BSOD errors

secondubly

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Esentially what the title says: I'm troublshooting BSOD errors on a PC and I'm not sure what the issue is. I've bought new RAM and replaced it, but I still seem to be getting memory errors after doing a fresh windows install (the only thing I've installed since is Chrome and Steam). I'll get crashes randomly from doing nothing but browsing the internet, not sure why? The BSODs seem to be focused around memory which makes me think it's a RAM issue, but I just bought these new RAM sticks yesterday and I can't believe that I have bought TWO sets of faulty RAM in a row! I'm going to be running memtest but I wanted to get an opinion here just in case. I've attached the dmp files that I have here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/339rmco6th8sp7x/dmp files.zip?dl=0 I put them in a zip file as dropbox seemed to complain about uploading dmp files directly to it.

The PC specs are as follows:

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Summary
        Operating System
            Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
        CPU
            Intel Core i7-11700 @ 2.50GHz
            Skylake Technology
        RAM
            32.0GB (Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB))
        Motherboard
            ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. TUF GAMING H570-PRO WIFI (LGA1200)
        Graphics
            LEN G25-10 (1920x1080@144Hz)
            LEN G25-10 (1920x1080@144Hz)
            4095MB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (MSI)
        Storage
            931GB Seagate ST1000DM010-2EP102 (SATA )
            931GB Samsung SSD 980 1TB (Unknown (SSD))
            3725GB Western Digital WD easystore 25FA USB Device (USB (SATA) (SSD))
        Optical Drives
            No optical disk drives detected
        Audio
            High Definition Audio Device
 

geofelt

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Corsair ram will have a lifetime warranty.
Corsair ram support is very good.
Open an incident with them.
In the meantime, test each stick with memtest individually.
Use the slot that your motherboard manual indicates for using one or two sticks.
Then, if ok, test together.

One possibility is that you have bent a pin in the cpu socket.
It is all too easy to do if you did not drop the processor in cleanly.
A bent pin often shows up as ram issues.

Another thing to check is bios updates.
ram compatibility issues are commonly fixed via motherboard bios updates.
 

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