I remember a while back that Ryzen RAM support was poor and not very reliable, or something along those lines. I also remember they were fixed through BIOS updates, is this right? The reason I'm asking is because after numerous random game crashes (actually alt-f4s, the game would randomly disappear from my screen without any error or warning), my new build got stuck in a reboot loop due to a BSOD with the message IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL after updating the BIOS. The thing wouldn't go away unless I deactivated XMPP, after which it didn't seem to exhibit any other weird behaviour. Some guy on reddit suggested that most people are having issues running 3200MHz RAM on Ryzen and that I should run at 2933. While a solution which might work, why do I need to do this? Is RAM support on Ryzen really that fucking atrocious even today? I paid for 3200MHz RAM because I know how Ryzen likes its fast memory, and I need this CPU at its best since I'm gaming at 144Hz. Or am I looking at a faulty mobo? I tried swapping the modules from slots 2/4 to 1/3 and the thing absolutely refused to even POST! Any ideas?