I just cant get a break. So I swapped my Aorus x570 Master motherboard on request by AMD to trouble shoot my problem and at first all was fine. Later that night I noticed that while installing visual studio the computer would just reboot with no warning (no blue screen of death). Long story short looking at the system files I noticed that windows said random bugchecks were occurring and all of them seemed to be memory paging related.
Memtest 86 right away verified that the ram was bad (actually would fail right away with tons of errors detected so not sure how my computer managed to operate). In my case one stick was really bad and another was not as bad.
Shoving some new ram and running tests prove that the ram is good and the system seems solid again.
My question how likely is it that the new motherboard is killing the ram? The motherboard was swapped a day before but I only got to use the computer last night. I am assuming its highly doubtful but I find it odd that the ram died around the same time and that and both dimms have a issue.
Seasonic support responded and thinks that if all that was affected was the ram its more likely the motherboard did the deed.
Things to know about the ram also is that its old ddr 4 that I am using till I get my order from Newegg and it was just sitting on a shelf for a while.
So just bad luck with potentially sketchy ram or potentially the motherboard?
PS. The reason I am asking is I have one more day to do a exchange if I need to.