When you get errors like this, it is always a good idea to take the memory out of the slots and check the required voltage the sticks need to run at, along with it check the memory timings and the ram speed. After placing them back in the memory slots of the board hop into the bios and make sure all the settings are correct in the bios of the motherboard.
Some memory sticks need a small shunt in power to become stable under load so have a look into that. Also make sure that all the memory sticks match in speed rating and timing values as this will cause a problem. If a stick is of a lower speed value to the rest you will have to set the lowest value of memory speed in the bios this may also help the bsod problems.