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    Memory (part number)F4-2800C15Q2-128GRKD
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    I RMA'd the Motherboard.
    While waiting I setup the CPU, RAM, both RX 580's in my wife's Computer on her ASUS STRIX board.
    Basically swapped out the Motherboard for the STRIX with all the same other hardware.
    Everything ran flawlessly, and that was with just moving the hard drive over and not reinstalling.
    Not a single BSOD.

    New Board is now in and I have it installed since yesterday morning.
    Reloaded Win10 on it clean, all drivers and have already had 4 BSOD's 7:04pm, 1:08am, 1:55am and 2:32am
    At none of these times was the system being used.

    I have tried with both the Crimson 2018 and Adrenalin 2019 AMD Drivers doing a full wipe of the drivers using the AMD cleanup utility in safe mode.
    Latest MB BIOS.
    Latest Drivers I can find from ASUS.

    I'm really at a loss.
    I only have till the 17th of this month to RMA anything faulty through NewEgg.

    I have even switched out all my Video DisplayPort cables to older ones that I have used without error in the past... grasping at straws because this exact same setup with only swapping out for the STRIX board works fine. Only BSOD's with the Rampage VI Extreme Omega Motherboard. And I again verified the RAM and CPU are on the QVL for this MB, just to make sure I read it right. Have same instability issue with ram in XMP and non XMP mode in BIOS. Again, everything runs fine on the STRIX...

    Anyone have any ideas?

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    TeamROG Moderator Array xeromist PC Specs
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    Did you use the same power supply with your wife's PC? BSOD could be caused by dirty/unstable power.
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    ROG Member Array TheBobFather PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Toshiba L655
    MotherboardROG RAMPAGE VI EXTRME OMEGA
    ProcessorIntel i9-9980XE Skylake X 18-Core
    Memory (part number)F4-2800C15Q2-128GRKD
    Graphics Card #1GIGABYTE Radeon RX 580 8GB
    Graphics Card #2GIGABYTE Radeon RX 580 8GB
    Sound CardRealtek OnBoard
    Monitor4x LG 34" UWHD 3x ASUS VE278Q
    Storage #1Samsung 850 Pro 512gb SSD
    Storage #2WD Black 2TB SATAIII
    CPU CoolerROG Ryujin 240 RGB AIO
    CaseXigmatek Elysium Black
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNOVA 1300
    Keyboard Logitech K350
    Mouse Logitech M510
    Headset Sony
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    I actually tried with both power supplies. Brand new EVGA 1300w fully Modular.
    I built both systems at the same time, only used the STRIX board in her build with a 32gig Corsair Memory kit.
    Just got done running more tests with the memory on this new R VI E O board and Memtest86 was throwing errors Identified 2 chips in the kit that I can leave out with no error. System booted right up and I am going to watch it and see what is happening in the AM. If no BSOD, then I'm going to go with faulty RAM, even though it passed all the other tests on the other board and Return it. This I can return for a refund. Any suggestions/advice on Brand/Type are welcome.

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    Since you're already selecting from the QVL I don't have a better suggestion. It could be that subsequent BIOS updates will improve memory stability but I wouldn't sit around and wait for that, obviously.
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