AMD didn’t want to pay for the licensing for XMP memory profile support, this requires some alternative way to overclock the ram in the bios, if you are using ryzen and you ram is overclocked and you are seeing the BSOD check the timing settings for you ram, my bios had most the values correct except a few, for sometime this has not been a problem until the wireless adapter that is. I pulled the memory xmp settings from the bios tool memory SPD and enter each value that was different manually, I have not had a crash since. Unlike AMD, Intel uses XMP profiles automatically, if you are a lucky AMD user your mother board may have a better timing detection or your ram may be a more standard settings. Otherwise you are here waiting for a solution that may not come. I recommend carefully entering your rams XMP timing values into the bios if your motherboard supports it and see if that helps you as it did me.
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I found that I was premature in celebration, it became more reliable but I would on occasion still get BSOD where as before I would get a variety of game crashes a different types of bsod now I get just a watch dog bsod and mostly with certain games over others, beat saber plays without a problem, gun heart last about 30 minutes. Based on what I have seen I am not sure software is going to fix these less than a firmware update if anything, it would appear we are congesting the pci bus so much so that timeouts are occurring. I imagine Intel has maybe better pcie bus handling... this of course is speculative.
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