Hello guys! I decided to finally join the Forum because I can not really find a solution!About a week ago I installed the new configuration and in the last period I find myself with a strange problem.It usually happens that while I'm streaming Fortnite on Twitch via OBS Studio, I get this BSOD with MEMORY_MANAGEMENT ntoskrnl.exe error.In addition to Fortnite and OBS, while I stream I usually keep opened Google Chrome (with two tabs), Nightbot, Streamlabels and sometimes Teamspeak or Discord. That said, however, today for example, when the streaming ended with OBS turned off and the game in Lobby the same problem came up.
ERROR -> MEMORY_MANAGEMENT
And I discovered from BlueScreenView is caused by ntoskrnl.exe+1637d0
Bug Check Code: 0x0000001aThis is my actual config:PSU - Thermaltake Smart SE 530wCPU - Ryzen 5 1600xGPU - MSI nVidia GTX 1050TIRAM - 2x8gb 3200Mhz G.Skill Ripjaws K2 F4-3200C15D-16GVK MOBO - Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4 SSD - Crucial 512GB M550HDD - 2x1TB WD 7200 64MB SATA3
Now let's move on to what I have done.
As soon as the MOBO arrived and I mounted it, I successfully flashed twice, updating to the latest BIOS version available on the manufacturer's website.
For the RAM, I only set the recommended XMP profile to reach 3200Mhz in the BIOS, no overclocking and set the Windows Boot Loader as unique and only #1 Boot Source.
The sfc / scannow did not report any problems. I formatted twice, trying to recreate the Windows bootable key by downloading the 64-bit image from the Microsoft site.
Then I made the various checks to the RAM, starting from the Windows Diagnostics tool that did not find errors, (8 hours, 4 full passes) test with Memtest86+, which again, did not report any kind of error. A while ago I tried to reverse the banks, move the ram from slot A2 to B2 and vice versa and perform a CMOS reset.
I'm desperate, I can not afford these continuous crashes with a newly assembled pc!
In the hope that some angel can help me, I am attaching here also the log of BlueScreenView.
How should I move? Should I request the RMA of RAM? MOBO?
(I'm a bit tilted because I did not encountered problems in the tests, and RAM are regularly read at 3200Mhz also from CPU-Z).
Thanks in advance,