BSOD when playing game for some time


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I hope I am doing this right. I am new here and am trying to help my brother who is experiencing BSOD in his new PC whenever he played Steam games after a while (~1 hour into the game). These are the specs of his PC

AMD Ryzen 7 2700x
Asrock B450 Steel Legend
XPG D40 8gbx2 3200mhz Rgb
HDD 1Tb 7200rpm
HP Ex900 500gb Nvme M.2
Cooler Master 600watt 80plus Bronze
Zotac Rtx 2080 Super Triple Fan
Invasion Gx950 With 4 Fan Rgb

I am also attaching the dump files to help you diagnose this problem better.
This is my first time posting after lurking here looking for the solution so do tell me if there is any formatting issue in this thread!
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum.
The single dump file indicated a page fault problem
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50)
Invalid system memory was referenced. This cannot be protected by try-except.
Typically the address is just plain bad or it is pointing at freed memory.
This might typically indicate a memory or a hard disk issue, but....
IF
The computer is otherwise working normally and the problem is or seems to be linked with either Steam or in the case Red Dead Redemption 2, you might want to focus there
AND
You might have better luck on their respective Forums / Community Boards.

Unfortunately I'm not a gamer, so.... I can't really be of any further help
The issue might have to do with memory speeds / timings. Maybe someone on one of those gaming forums may be trying to sort through a similar issue on similar hardware and might be more helpful.
 
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Thank you for your replies! I relayed these advice to him and over the next few days we will be trying to solve this problems. Will definitely update you guys on the fix! Again, thank you so much for your attention and advice.
(his PC works normally otherwise :) )
 

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