Out of the 4 dumps, 3 shows BugCheck C2
Usual causes : Driver fault or memory failure.
One of the dump shows KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR (7a)
Usual cases : Failing HDD , defective cabling and in some cases a failing RAM.
It is hard to say what is the cause at this stage. Please follow the below steps as a primary troubleshooting step.
1 ) If you are doing overclocking or over voltaging, please stop it at least for testing. Enter in to the BIOS setup and load optimized defaults to make sure clock and voltage values are in default setting.
2 ) Download Seagate seatool from the below link and run a long test with it on the Seagate HDD.
3 ) Change the SATA data cable of both both HDD and SSD. Also reset the power connectors. This will solve any possible connectivity isues.
4 ) A faulty memory module can also produce this type of errors. Remove all but one RAM and run the system. By running the system with only one module attached, you can easily find out witch module is faulty.
5 )Make sure all drivers are up to dated. Your Intel Management Engine driver seems to be an outdated one. Download latest Intel ME and chipset drivers and install them. Download the old drivers first.