After going through your dump files, I see you have a variety of BSOD causes, but all revolve around drivers and some critical system files going bad while the system is running. To me this reads as a memory corruption issue. You're running your memory at 2400 MHz, try turning off XMP and run at default. If that fixes it, chances are that your CPU is no longer able to run that memory speed/timing combination and you'll have to start using slower speeds (2133/C10, 1866/C9, etc. until it runs fine). Sandy-E is only officially rated for 1600, so going above that is always luck. I have one that runs 2400/C11 all year, and another that won't reliably go past 1866, but it's also the full 64GB. If the problem still occurs at stock speeds, run memtest86 and see if it throws errors, if it does, RMA the RAM for a new set.
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