Question Memory Management BSOD

Superiorcurve

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My build is only one month old and did not start blue screening until the past couple of days.

Build:
i5 9600k
MSI z390 a pro
16gbs gskill aegis 3000mhz
RTX 2070

I had my RAM at 2700mhz because I didn't want to mess with the voltage and my pc was constantly blue screening. I have a 1tb 860 evo from my old build, I didn't do a fresh install of windows or any games I simply stuck it into my computer which I feel may be a problem. Whenever I run windows memory diagnostic it says that the file is missing and I have to put in the USB or Disk to repair it which I do but the same error keeps popping up. I've taken out my RAM and looked it over and saw no physical damage to either stick. I was debating about wiping my ssd and starting fresh but wanted more opinions on my BSOD problem.
 
this is why we recommend a clean install of Windows whenever you change a motherboard. In booting from the old installation, drivers for the old motherboard are loaded, and this can cause conflicts with the new motherboard's hardware.
 

Superiorcurve

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this is why we recommend a clean install of Windows whenever you change a motherboard. In booting from the old installation, drivers for the old motherboard are loaded, and this can cause conflicts with the new motherboard's hardware.
Then should I just erase me whole SSD and do a clean install of windows?
 

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