[SOLVED] RAM not matching specs, XMP profile not detected and BSODs


Oct 15, 2016
Back in October I bought new components (CPU, Motherboard and RAM) for my PC and since then I have random BSODs on Windows 11 and Windows 10 that says either MEMORY MANAGEMENT or Kernel Security Check Failure. Most of the time the crash happens while Windows is starting (Motherboard logo with spinning circle).

I´ve already reinstalled the OS, check RAM seating and Memtest86 throws no errors but thing is, in BIOS on DOCP it says disabled and does not let me set a profile, and the default timings my BIOS sets is 3200@22-22-22-52 instead of the JEDEC default of 2400@17-17-17 (RAM specsheet) Another thing that caught my attention is Taiphoon Burner says the RAM sticks don´t have an XMP profile programmed, so I don´t know if the sticks are faulty or is a reading error. In the meantime I have them running at 2933Mhz but it still crashes.

Below are my PC specs, and also the latest memory.dmp in case someone gives a look to it, maybe it can guide me in what component is failing.
  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600
  • Asus TUF Gaming B450-PLUS II (Latest BIOS, 3810)
  • Kingston Fury Beast 3200Mhz CL16 (2x8GB)
  • Asus DUAL RTX 3060Ti
  • Crucial MX500 (OS), Crucial P1 (Games) and WD Black 1TB (Archive)
  • Corsair RM550x
Memory dump file