2700 pci/pcie bus errors


My Pc seems to be rebooting when i'm gaming maybe a couple times a day. The error I am getting in the Reliability Monitor is listed below. In hwinfo under windows hardware errors it shows 2700 errors and climbing.

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000007e (0xffffffffc0000047, 0xfffff8072fb0214f, 0xffff940c8a092250, 0xffff940c8a091cf0). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\070123-23937-01.dmp. Report Id: ceee4061-3e3e-4a18-8a8c-feb756f164fe.

PC specs - 13900k i9, asus 4090, 4x ddr5 gskill 6000- i dont have anything overclocked atm and running my 4 ram sticks at 5600. I did update the gpu cable to the cablemod 90 degree connector but that was a while ago.

Any suggestions would be helpful.
You need to provide the HWiNFO Debug File capturing the WHEA errors so I can analyze the raw data to see which device is causing it.
Most common here is the GPU or NVMe controller.
This error is caused by the ASMedia SATA controller. Try to upgrade its driver or since it doesn't seem to be used (I don't see any device connected to this controller) try to disable it (either in BIOS or Device Manager).