Question Problem with my PC

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Hello,

Recently my PC has had this insanely annoying problem. Will run smooth for about 5-10 minutes, then it will BSOD.
Idk how to fix

PC Specs:
R5 2600 (4.15 GHz)
NZXT Kracken x52
16 GB Trident Z 3000 MHz
ASRock B450 Pro4
GTX 1660 Ti
Seasonic 550w modular

Any help would b appreciated
 

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BSOD stopcode?

Tried clearing CMOS? 4.15ghz is far for a 2600 and you may be experiencing instability.
Currently stopped BSODing. Will atatch the code next time

Also do I remove the CMOS battery, or is there a jumper or button somewhere?

Will lowering my clock to 4.1 or 4 GHz help stop this issue?
 
Always refer to your owners manual.


According to ASrock
"CLRCMOS2 allows you to clear the data in CMOS. To clear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power supply. After waiting for 15 seconds, use a jumper cap (or a screwdriver tip) to short the pins on CLRCMOS2 for 5 seconds.
 

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Always refer to your owners manual.


According to ASrock
"CLRCMOS2 allows you to clear the data in CMOS. To clear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power supply. After waiting for 15 seconds, use a jumper cap (or a screwdriver tip) to short the pins on CLRCMOS2 for 5 seconds.
Page fault in nonpaged area is the stop code.
 

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Often a ram error.

Was this error before or after clearing CMOS.

Disabling XMP may help.
I have had this BSOD issue since I built the PC, but it has done this like 5 times today.
So it isn't my OC settings?

How exactly do I disable XMP? It's been so long since I've enabled it.
I OC'ed it to 3200 from 3000 if that gives you any usefull info
 

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It could be your CPU OC, but right now it looks like an unstable ram OC. This info is useful.

First, I would run memtest for a few rounds and see if it passes. https://www.memtest86.com/download.htm
If it fails, return mem to 3000mhz and retest. If it passes then, you might have solved the issue.
How do I run memtest?
Can I run it in windows?
It asks me to make a USB image, so I'm, guessing I have to run it with the BIOS, am I right?

I don't have any empty USB drives on hand, so will it still help if I were to just lower the ram back to 3000?
 

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