Check and make sure that you have the RAM voltage set correctly. I dont know if that board lets you unlink the RAM from the FSB or not. But the BSoD most likely points to the RAM because I really wouldn't think it was the board not liking the FSB that high.
You need to focus on voltages. Set the clock speed up to 4000 MHz and make it stable by adjusting the voltages manually. Start from low voltages and increase them a bit in time until your system is stable.
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