BSOD means that your system is not stable, this is generally caused by bad RAM, but can also be caused by any number of bad hardware components. It is sadly 'normal' to recieve bad ram, no matter the brand these days. I suppose it is the price to pay for Ram costing so little these days, but that is most likely your problem. Run memtest x86+ overnight (or at least 8 hours) and see if that finds any problems.
Did you do a fresh installation of Windows with this build? Windows will not run properly on a different motherboard than what it was originally installed on.