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Yeah, I'd recommend trying another stick, because you have replaced majority of the hardware.
So I formatted another stick and installed the bootloader of Manjaro xfce - arch. I could boot up and start the installer but it could not mount my HDD. So with some hassle I formatted the HDD and tried again. But before I grabbed the dmesg/ kernel log. In the second try it could mount the HDD and start the install process but it could not finish since a part of it segfaulted and aborted thereby the install.Yeah, I'd recommend trying another stick, because you have replaced majority of the hardware.
I checked the Bios version and the build number and build date are the same (Mb support link)This not a disk error, appears to write to the disk, but seems to be a CPU error. Can you check if latest BIOS firmware update is available and try updating it ? If you've updated the BIOS, also reset the BIOS/CMOS settings once you''ve updated the firmware.
If you've tried everything, I'm leaning towards a faulty CPU/Socket or memory parity, were there any issues while installing the CPU ?
Are the RAMs part of a paired set of RAM modules ? Have you checked them for compatibility ?
Okay I am going to make a thread there and give it a week for a reply. If I get one I will follow up and if not I am thinking about RMAing the CPU or buying a "cheap" one for the final replacement test.If Memory parity is checked and BIOS updated, I'd lean towards Mobo or CPU, more likely to be CPU. Talk to AMD about the CPU, gather all the logs and share with them and have their tech support investigate, high chances they might already have a solution or would be aware of this issue.