Those are not "codes," if I'm not mistaken. Rather, they are specific memory addresses where the errors occurred.
The important thing, though, is that there is a problem with either the settings for the memory, or a RAM hardware defect. From the looks of things your RAM is running stock speeds; I'm not familiar with the timings, so if they are not at stock timings, see if you get the same errors whilst running stock timings.
If the timings are at stock, then the VDIMM may not be sufficient; I would experiment by incrementally increasing the VDIMM. If you get more errors after increasing the VDIMM, try decreasing the VDIMM and retest, and repeat the cycle until you get no more errors. If you get fewer errors after increasing, increase it again one more notch and retest until the errors disappear (but always be mindful that increasing VDIMM has its limits and can potentially damage your RAM if done recklessly).
If nothing you try right now is working, it's time to repeat this testing routine on each RAM DIMM (stick) at a time. It may be that only one DIMM is defective, but you must test to know which one it is.
Hope this helps!