If you upload that minidump I will look for the failed driver.
If you want to try since it's useful to learn.
Open the dump file with windbg
Type !thread into the command line.
About 10 lines from the bottom you will see base and limit values
dps limit base
Replacing limit and base with the hex numbers.
This opens up the stack recorded during the crash.
Scroll through the list looking for any drivers that failed.
I think this crash was a coincidence and related to Logitech software. My system almost never shows BSOD. Today I have installed 20.Q3 driver for radeon pro and today my system was stable. I will continue to watch.
Thank you. I am in the same boat, and I will do as you pointed to see what the mini dump will show. I tried everything also, undervolted the GPU, clean installation, ran with A-XMP disabled, manual timing, and whatever was possible. My setup is R5 3600, Sapphire RX 5700 XT Pulse and MSI B550 Gaming Edge Wifi. I ran with two M.2 drives, so no SATA cables or DVD drives (a post mentioned that SATA cables could be the problem too).
I followed your instructions, but I didn't find anything, besides a lot of question marks in several lines, and in other lines I believe are commands. I'm sorry, I may be saying something wrong.
Nope, it didn't. I did not get a blue screen, it just rebooted every time (I had to restore to a earlier point because the other options to disable verifier did not work). And I rebooted at the stage where the video driver should load (I have almost nothing running on this PC, only Logitech G Hub, AMD Adrenalin and Windows "stuff" that comes with the installation).