BSOD every day. Please help. I don't know what else to try!

My computer has been crashing randomly since I built it 8 months ago. I'll be doing various things and then I'll get the blue screen of death. It doesn't seem to follow any pattern that I can see and the failure reasons on the BSOD are always different:

I've kept a record over the last couple of weeks along with what I was doing when it crashed. The reasons were:
KERNAL_SECUIRTY_FAILURE_CHECK - updating Airbnb listing (work)
IRC_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL - Internet banking
K_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED - Airbnb
K_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED - Internet banking
SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED - Youtube
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION - Youtube
MEMORY MANAGEMENT... - Airbnb/Spotify

The only warning I sometimes get, which I'm not sure is even related, is that if I'm using chrome, The page will sometimes error out and say "this page cannot be displayed" If i keep doing what I'm doing there is normally a crash soon after

What I've tried:
- Updated all drivers
- Complete wipe and full reinstall of windows

My Setup is:
WINDOWS 10 64 BIT
AMD RYZEN 7 1700X
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD
Samsung 960 EVO NVMe M.2 250GB SSD
LG 27UD68-W 27in 4K UHD IPS FreeSync Gaming Monitor
Toshiba DT01ACA300 3TB 7200RPM
G.Skill Fortis F4-2400C15D-32GFT (2x16GB) Ryzen DDR4
Corsair TX650M 650W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply
Galax GeForce GTX 1060 OC 6GB
Gigabyte AB350N-GAMING-WIFI ITX Motherboard
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Mini ITX Tempered Glass Black
Traktor Kontrol S4 for sound card

Any help would be really appreciated as this is driving me crazy!
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  1. What do you see through event viewer?
  2. I could be wrong but your memory is not on your MB QVL list that may have to do with it as Ryzen is picky about memory from what I've read
  3. As PurperHacker said, do a check through the event viewer
  4. Check with single RAM stick, one at a time....at conservative 2666 MHz or below
  5. Thanks for the replies guys. Sorry I've never actually used event viewer. What is it that I'm actually looking for?
  6. use hardware info set it to logging and sensor make sure the power supply is holding. make a bootable memtest usb stick run it over night.
  7. peter.watson said:
    Thanks for the replies guys. Sorry I've never actually used event viewer. What is it that I'm actually looking for?

    Critical (red X) errors. They are to be found in the programs list, in records > Applications.
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