Might want to check your ram voltages. I had a PC a while back and was using Corsair ram as well. The PC ran great but would freeze randomly. Had me perplexed as he!! but someone on a PC forum mentioned that they too saw the issue, raised the ram voltage a bit and the freezes stopped. I tried it and that was the solution for me as well. Ran the PC for several years after that with no issue, except for once. My cmos battery went dead and I had to replace it. Part of the process was to reset bios and that set all the voltages to auto. I forgot about the voltage change and the freezing came back. Set the voltage and all again was perfect. You might have the same issue, worth a shot as it's easy to do. (assuming your MB allows for manual ram voltage setting)
Yeah this is a good call, a lot of freezing is memory related. Could be voltage, timings, etc. I’d just a voltage tweak doesn’t do it then if there’s any XMP or OC profile try at stock.
If not that it might be worth doing a full bios reset, and if that doesn’t work try resetting your CPU while checking for bent pins. These new sockets and chips have so many pins it doesn’t take much for there to be bad contact that can wreak havoc on a system.