You often see this happen if the issue is ultimately occuring as a result of a memory failure. What memory are you using? [Hint: It should be 2133, not anything faster]
I used the following memory
Crucial 8GBX2 DDR4 2133MT/s (PC4-17000) SODIMM
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Do you remember what application or what you’re doing on the computer when the BSOD occur?
This BSOD can be caused by bad driver or an error in memory, have you tried reinstalling the drivers on your computer, you can download them at:
You can also run Windows update and install all the available updates.
You can also check for some troubleshooting at the following link:
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Please let me know how it goes.
Next thing to check is whether these failures are as a result of the HT flaw. Install the very latest BIOS update (KY0049.BIO) and see if the failures abate...