My system has been on the fritz for the past week throwing up random RAM-related errors (windows bsod about memory management, memtest giving errors) and after swapping out just about all parts the only part that's left is my CPU.

I suspect it's the memory controller inside the CPU that's broken, since I've already swapped out the RAM and motherboard. But how can I test this? I'd rather be sure before I send it back to AMD for warranty.

My CPU is a Ryzen 2700x.

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    I do not think there is any practical way to test a memory controller inside the CPU. You have already swapped the memory. So then it could be the CPU itself or a supporting circuit on the motherboard. I would take advantage of the warranty if I were you. – John Nov 30 '19 at 13:11

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