various BSOD after ~5min in any game

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    Here are the Screenshots. Thanks that you are still on this!
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       #22

    Is there anything changed in the BIOS?
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       #23

    nope
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    I cannot find anything about the maximum resolution for MemTest86+

    Please check the BIOS for the frequency of the RAM, you probably already have done it but please confirm that it is compatible with the motherboard.
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    how do i do this?
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    Note the supported memory frequency of your motherboard and check in the BIOS if the frequency is the same as the supported frequency
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    the Mainboard supports 2133 MHz.
    the Settings in the BIOS are all on Auto.
    got any ideas?
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    Set it to manual and check if the frequency is fine.
    Sometimes the settings need to be changed to manual for the frequency to be right.
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       #29

    so to 2133 Mhz and 1,2 V?
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    I don't see anything about the voltage, but the frequency is right yes.
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