BSOD at least 3x's a day randonmly

Last Christmas my dad had the idea of custom making me a PC and ever since the first day I turned it on its had the BSOD. The main error that pops up is "Page Fault In NonPaged Area" but I also get "Memory Management" a fair amount too. We took the PC into a computer shop to get it checked out and upon recieving it they said the only problem was that the memory stick we had was faulty. I thought they would need to actually log onto the computer to see the problem but from what my dad said, "apparently they didn't need to." After getting it back the problem still persisted. The computer crashes at LEAST (if I'm lucky) 3 times a day but can and often does more. Just a few moments ago it crashed and for the first time I've seen, an error came up saying "DPC Watchdog Violation". I've tried updating the drivers for everything but either I haven't found the correct driver or that's not the issue. I'm also thinking it has something to do with the amount of memory I have but again I'm not sure. Thank you in advance.

RAMMon v1.0 Build: 1012 built with SysInfo v1.0 Build: 1049
PassMark (R) Software -

Number of Memory Devices: 2 Total Physical Memory: 12251 MB (12288 MB)
Total Available Physical Memory: 9421 MB
Memory Load: 23%

ItemSlot #1Slot #2Slot #3Slot #4
Ram Type DDR3 DDR3 Not Populated Not Populated
Maximum Clock Speed (MHz) 666.67 (JEDEC) 666.67 (JEDEC)
Maximum Transfer Speed (MHz) DDR3-1333 DDR3-1333
Maximum Bandwidth (MB/s) PC3-10600 PC3-10600
Memory Capacity (MB) 8192 4096
Jedec Manufacture Name Mushkin G Skill Intl
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SPD Revision 1.1 1.0
Registered No No
DIMM Slot # 1 2
Module Part # 992018 (997018) F3-10666CL9-4GBNT
Module Revision 0x0 0x0
Module Serial # 0x0 0x0
Module Manufacturing Location 0 0
# of Row Addressing Bits 16 15
# of Column Addressing Bits 10 10
# of Banks 8 8
# of Ranks 2 2
Device Width in Bits 8 8
Bus Width in Bits 64 64
Module Voltage 1.5V 1.5V
CAS Latencies Supported 5 6 7 8 9 10 6 7 8 9
Timings @ Max Frequency (JEDEC) 9-9-9-24 9-9-9-24
Maximum frequency (MHz) 666.67 666.67
Maximum Transfer Speed (MHz) DDR3-1333 DDR3-1333
Maximum Bandwidth (MB/s) PC3-10600 PC3-10600
Minimum Clock Cycle Time, tCK (ns) 1.500 1.500
Minimum CAS Latency Time, tAA (ns) 13.125 13.125
Minimum RAS to CAS Delay, tRCD (ns) 13.125 13.125
Minimum Row Precharge Time, tRP (ns) 13.125 13.125
Minimum Active to Precharge Time, tRAS (ns) 36.000 36.000
Minimum Row Active to Row Active Delay, tRRD (ns) 6.000 6.000
Minimum Auto-Refresh to Active/Auto-Refresh Time, tRC (ns) 49.125 49.125
Minimum Auto-Refresh to Active/Auto-Refresh Command Period, tRFC (ns) 260.000 160.000
DDR3 Specific SPD Attributes
Write Recovery Time, tWR (ns) 15.000 15.000
Internal Write to Read Command Delay, tWTR (ns) 7.500 7.500
Internal Read to Precharge Command Delay, tRTP (ns) 7.500 7.500
Minimum Four Activate Window Delay, tFAW (ns) 30.000 30.000
RZQ / 6 Supported Yes Yes
RZQ / 7 Supported Yes Yes
DLL-Off Mode Supported Yes Yes
Maximum Operating Temperature Range (C) 0-95 0-95
Refresh Rate at Extended Operating Temperature Range 2X 2X
Auto-self Refresh Supported Yes Yes
On-die Thermal Sensor Readout Supported No No
Partial Array Self Refresh Supported No No
Thermal Sensor Present No No
Non-standard SDRAM Type Standard Monolithic Standard Monolithic
Module Height (mm) 30 30
Module Thickness (front), (mm) 2 2
Module Thickness (back), (mm) 2 2
Module Width (mm) 133.5 133.5
Reference Raw Card Used Raw Card B Rev. 0 Raw Card B Rev. 0
DRAM Manufacture ID 32812 1229
# of DRAM Rows 0 0
# of Registers 0 0
Register Manufacturer
Register Type
Register Revision 0 0



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BugCheck 1A, {5003, fffff79940000000, 379, 1037c00206fc}

Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+6327 )

Followup: MachineOwner
you have quite a few different dump files which in itself can point to a hardware issue. Many are memory related and after the shop assistant explained about the defective RAM did you test or replace the RAM?

BiosVersion = F7
BiosReleaseDate = 03/23/2012
Your bios has updates pending please update the bios. Your motherboard has quite a few different versions so please ensure you have the correct page for your version. The version or 'Revision' number will be printed on the actual motherboard. It is critical that you ensure you have the correct download for your board. I've posted the page for Revision 2.0 but as I wrote please do check.

avgldx64.sys Thu Mar 27 20:07:07 2014: AVG AV is known for causing issues from time to time and indeed does appear in one of the dumps. Please remove and install MSE as this creates a more stable environment:

HECIx64.sys Wed Oct 20 00:33:43 2010: Intel Management Engine Interface please update:

If after making the above changes you still get a bsod then please download and run Memtest86. You can get the latest version here:
This guide although a little old explains how best to use it:

Please post any new dump files

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