I was getting BSODs with my 2x16GB Crucial Ballistix 3200Mhz CL16 RAM, even after disabling XMP, until I removed one of the sticks. I plan to replace the RAM, but before I do, is there a chance that this could be a problem with the CPU or motherboard instead? Here's minidump analyses of the last 5 BSODs - I'm not good at reading them, but maybe someone else can see a sign of what's wrong in there: https://pastebin.com/JizMisF3. I know there's a Razer Synapse process named in there (GameManagerService.exe), but I kept getting BSODs after uninstalling Synapse, so it's not the culprit.
I've been considering buying a new case now even though I won't be putting together a new build until AMD and Nvidia release their next-gen CPU/GPUs. The main reasons are that I could push my current build's overclock further with better airflow, and I just kinda want to put my components in a new case because building a PC is fun. My main concern is that six months from now there'll be some awesome new cases I'll miss out on because I pulled the trigger too early - one of the cases I'm considering, the Meshify C, is like 3 years old and I wouldn't be surprised if there's a successor by t