BSOD after DRAM upgrade
- System: ROG STRIX (Gaming Laptop)
- Battery or AC: AC
- Model: GL502VS
- Frequency of occurrence: 1-2 events per month
- Reset OS: Windows 10 2004
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Detailed description：In September 2020, I replaced the original DRAM -- Samsung 16 GB PC4 2133P -- with Crucial 32 GB (2 X 16 GB) DDR4 2666. At the same time, I replaced the M.2 SSD to increase capacity from 256 GB to 1024 GB. Since then, I have experienced 10 BSOD crashes including 2 per month for the past 3 months. The crashes typically occur many hours (6-36 hours) after booting and under moderately heavy use (50 browser windows, VS Code session developing a Flutter application and running the Android simulator).
I would like to run the memory at the original 2133 rate to see if this eliminates the crashes. However, the simple BIOS seems to lack the ability to control the memory frequency. Does the GL502VS support migration of the BIOS to UEFI? If not, how can I set the memory frequency?