Random BSODs, multiple stop codes, 90% of the time under system load

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       #11

    Have you tried running your system with your DRAM at 2133Mhz with default timings to verify that the XMP profile you were using was not affecting system stability?

    Also, it looks like there is a firmware update available for your board with the latest AGESA (1.0.0.6).
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       #12

    No, I never did. As I learn more it seems I should've tested these things at build time but, alas, I did not.

    So the next run of the conputer (as I run driver verifier) will be with all stock clocks
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