The problem is a fault in a DIMM, a fault in the board (or DIMM socket) or an incompatibility between the two DIMMs (I *have* seen this before).
Replacing the pair of DIMMs is the easier thing to try first, so I suggest you do that. If the problem repeats, then you can go through the RMA of the base unit.
Hope this helps,
That was my assessment too but I I think it's the board.
I tried a pair of G-Skill F3-1600C11D-16GRSL in the past and had the same result, so it's very likely that the board has an issue.
I'll RMA it and post my results back.
Let us know how it goes...
It was replaced by intel.
One week turnaround from pickup to delivery.
It's being installed as we speak with no crash and 16Gb RAM.
I'm happy now!