BSOD on new alder lake system

Symoticm155f02d8

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Hello. I recently built an alder lake system (12900k). Running DDR5 Memory (Corsair Dom Plat).

I've gotten a few blue screen errors since I built the system.

One being KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. I rebooted the system and everything was working fine for two days.

Now tonight, I went to shut off my pc & got the blue screen error "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT"

Now after rebooting, windows is acting super laggy & pc all around is just being sluggish.

I've run memtest86 over night, 0 errors showed. I've tried disabling XMP, no difference.

I'm currently on windows 10. My next step is trying out windows 11 I guess.

Are there any sort of BIOS updates expected soon that could help with some of these stability issues i might be having?

I'm extremely bummed out right now, I have a lot invested in this new system & a lot going on so having these issues has become extremely demotivating :/

EDIT: Realizing now that i'm seeing the numbers "51,52,53,54,55,56" show up on the motherboard
 
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darkhawk

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Those kinds of exceptions are usually indicative of memory issues in general. (ie related to the hardware or the settings via the BIOS) I would probably check to make sure the proper memory settings are being used for your memory.
The numbers showing up on the motherboard are probably the CPU temperature after it gets through doing the normal BIOS checks prior to booting. Once you get through the normal checks, the debug display will show whatever the current CPU temperature is.
 

Symoticm155f02d8

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Those kinds of exceptions are usually indicative of memory issues in general. (ie related to the hardware or the settings via the BIOS) I would probably check to make sure the proper memory settings are being used for your memory.
The numbers showing up on the motherboard are probably the CPU temperature after it gets through doing the normal BIOS checks prior to booting. Once you get through the normal checks, the debug display will show whatever the current CPU temperature is.
Hello! Thank you for the quick response, the display showing the current CPU temp makes much more sense, thank you for letting me know that :p
I'm going to try a fresh install of windows. I'll update if I get any more crashes.
 
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