2x8GB G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 3200MHz XMP enabled
This combination makes me suspect a very minor RAM instability. The BSODs look familiar from when I was troubleshooting 3200MHz RAM with my 1600X years ago. Zen/Zen+ don't take high-speed DDR4 particularly well, something that Zen2/Zen3 fixed.
Dial it back to 3000 or 2933 and see if the issues go away. That said, RAM instability can silently corrupt files in Windows, so I would recommend a reinstall eventually as well.