Sounds to me as if you have correctly formatted your Win10 boot drive for GPT/UEFI but that you are trying to access the drive with CSM enabled---which means it's trying to run in legacy mode. Win10 pretty much demands a GPT/UEFI-formatted boot drive. This is one possible avenue--or, it could be that you have formatted your boot drive in legacy mode and are trying to run Win10 in legacy mode, CSM enabled. ( Whenever I flash the bios I have to turn off CSM manually to run Win10 in its default UEFI mode, because CSM enabled is the system default--so I'm thinking the latter might be your problem.) Here's a decent guide to get you started:
Bing/Google "Clean installing Win10"--the Internet is awash with videos and guides on how to do it properly. Since you say you have already clean installed your OS several times, then your drive might already be in GPT/UEFI format but the bios is running in legacy mode--so you might want to try disabling CSM before you do anything else--just to see what happens.
If, after correctly installing the Win10 OS to a properly prepared UEFI boot drive, you still get these errors--then the only other thing that comes to mind is simply bad ram. But before you do anything else, make sure you have properly installed Win10 in UEFI mode.
Since you do not know what CSM is or what it does--this might very well be your problem.
I will give this a try and see what happens. Thank you
Followed steps exactly on a clean windows install with CSM turned off and still same errors/BSOD when trying to install. Used my RAM kit in another PC which worked fine and also tried two different RAM kit sets in mine with same errors. RMA was approved for motherboard and going to return it.