Hmm. Yeah, it is definitely a tricky issue to properly diagnose. I ran the commands you said in an earlier post, all came back with no issues. I still haven't had a crash since I reseated the m.2 drive like you recommended. So I shall try taking a ram stick out as the next step when or if a get another crash. Would be amazing if reseating the drive fixed the problem. But I won't get my hopes up.Ah, then in that case it's not overclocked.
If you can prove that the RAM is not stable, and the only guaranteed way to do so is to run with one stick at a time, then assuming it's in warranty Corsair will replace it. But you need proof which you don't have yet - it could still be the SSD for example.