Apologies for the delay getting back to you.
Couple of things of note in Speccy that may or may not explain the BSOD that generated the crash dmps.
There are still traces of Avast on the computer;
9/23/2020 12:07 AM;: AvastUpdateTaskMachineUA
9/23/2020 12:19 AM;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineUA
9/23/2020 12:50 AM;: MicrosoftEdgeUpdateTaskMachineUA
9/23/2020 8:37 AM;: AdobeGCInvoker-1.0
9/23/2020 2:19 PM;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineCore
9/23/2020 4:07 PM;: AvastUpdateTaskMachineCore
9/23/2020 9:22 PM;: OneDrive Standalone Update Task-S-1-5-21-1709607417-1930729375-1648427968-1001
9/23/2020 11:50 PM;: MicrosoftEdgeUpdateTaskMachineCore
You mentioned that you were not overclocking but your RAM is being overclocked from its stock 2133MHz to 3206MHz which is faster than what your CPU is comfortable with at its own stock settings, Intel suggest DDR4 2933MHz RAM be used.
RAM 32.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 1603MHz (17-18-18-36)
If not used the first time, see Avast clean removal info here
To address the memory speed there are a couple of steps to try;
Restore the MBs default factory settings in the BIOS.
Disable XMP in the BIOS, if the computer runs stable, manually increase the speed of the RAM in the BIOS, do this in increments such as 2400MHz, 2666MHz and then try the 2933MHz that is recommended by Intel for their CPU.