I usually trace these three BSODs to the HDD. Check your HDD with say SPECCY and look at the 01 and 07 values. If these read in the tens of thousands it's what we find to be the source.
I'm going to heavily shortchange any new discussion about that issue as it's been done to death. Such a drive can cause Windows to appear to freeze up until the operation times out and again, no, it does not matter the game, OS or other is on the SSD and again, it can lead to corruption on all drives.
60C is a tad high but not alarming. I'd look elsewhere for now.
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-G5-15-5590-i7-8750H-RTX-2060-SSD-FHD-Laptop-Review.422281.0.html didn't reveal the make and model of the HDD and in stress testing noted the test machine was stable.
So, brand new m.2 hynix nvme ssd 128gb factory installed by Dell, in my G5 5590. Been having numerous issues, 3 replaced motherboards, 2 harddrives, and continue to have game breaking, file corrupting, work halting errors. BSOD's such as "store exception" "critical process died" "watchdog violations" etc. Been monitoring temperatures and trying to find any pattern that lead me to a hardware source, as the amount of issues I've had with BSOD's is like nothing i've seen in 25 years using and working with Laptops and PC's.
SSD temperatures are now, sitting at 60 degrees, with just chrome running to type this. It's just running the OS, and Frequently used apps, Chrome, Powerpoint, Word, Steam, etc. My games, and larger files are on the harddrive. When running a game, the SSD jumps as high as 85 degrees celcius. Even though the SSD isn't running the game. I'm thinking the excessive heat is causing the errors. After rebooting it BSOD's, listening to music, Writing, gaming... it's enfuriating reinstalling windows a dozen times or more, plus apps, drivers, etc. Just wanting some direction, as I have no idea what to replace, and turn off, and reinstall anymore.