Remove and re-install the drivers.
We also recommend testing the system with minimum memory installed to ensure the BSOD is related to memory. If the issue persists make sure to have the latest BIOS and latest Chipset Update driver:
I have the latest BIOS and other latest drivers for all hardware. I had no issues before I installed the 220.127.116.1132 drivers. I think my hardware is OK.
Unfortunately, after removing and re-installing the drivers I had new BSOD (DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL) shortly after system start up, so now I'm using drivers version 18.104.22.16867, automatically downloaded by Windows.