Been having multiple BSOD problems with the new build, pretty sure it's a crappy Win 10 download/install. I find corrupted files, fix em then a little while later I start having BSODs again. Testing components, removed the M.2 drive and hooked up the old HDD which used the same Media Creation Tool ISO thumb drive I created, all appeared to be running well until I woke it up this morning and immediately had a BSOD. Okay, switched out the RAM with some (better) RAM I had to test that, saw nothing yet but there's still time until I had an epiphany, re-install the M.2 drive, load Linux on the M.2 drive, the let it run for days. If I still get failures then there's a hardware issue, if not then my suspicions are confirmed and I have a bad Windows install. Oh and I've already tried a fresh Windows install, same thumb drive, didn't help. Made sure ALL of my drivers were up to date, nope, no help there either.