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Multiple BSOD on new Build


I have been receiving BSOD for a couple days now and am slightly concerned, as I'm no expert.

My desktop is new (few days old), and has the ram overclocked using X-AMP from the BIOS.


I have had 5 BSOD so far, the most recent being at 2:49pm today (27/05/2020). (The first 4 were before the X-AMP)



To see what rig I am running click this link: https://valid.x86.fr/37sv6r


The ZIP files for Synsative and Report Files are on my dropbox here (as well as the DMP files): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wgc5rkc6jmrkrar/AADFuL-bISWHZqllDiGxk86da?dl=0




Here are a few events from event viewer leading to the BSOD:

-DHCPv4 client service is started


-DHCPv4 client registered for shutdown notification


-DHCPv6 client service is started


-The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) did not load: dam


-The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck.  
 The bugcheck was: 0x00000192 (0xffffe78fa0adf080, 0xffffac0ea7c7aa50, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000). 
 A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 0d22e676-4933-45c0-a0c3-b6c2e374e3e6


-The access history in hive \??\C:\PROGRAMDATA\MALWAREBYTES\MBAMSERVICE\S-1-5-18-05272020144957363-ntuser.dat 
 was cleared updating 0 keys and creating 0 modified pages..

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You could analyze the crashes with BlueScreenView and WhoCrashed to find out more about the cause.


It might be the XMP profiles. I've seen such issues, even with my system - in my case all points at a faulty graphics card but it's in fact the XMP.

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