Thanks for providing the requested info.
Is there any more dump files in the minidump folder. The only dump you uploaded blames win32k.sys wich is an authentic windows component. There are no third party drivers loaded at the time of crash. If you have more dumps, we may a get a clue on which driver is causing the issue.
Please do the following steps.
1 ) If you are installed the beta version of AMD display driver, please uninstall it and install the latest WHQL driver.
2 ) Uninstall the following problematic softwares.
GPU Boost Driver
Virtual CD programs - PowerISO and DAEMON Tools Lite
After uninstalling them run the SPTD uninstaller to make sure the SPTD driver is removed.
Run the tool and press the Uninstall button. If it is grayed out, it is already uninstalled.
Don't worry about loosing virtual CD functionality. There are alternatives available. We can install them later after resolving the issue.
3 ) Verify the health status of your memory modules.
You can remove all but one memory module and run the system with only one module attached. If the BSOD continues swap that module with another one. This is the easiest way to detect a faulty module.
4 ) If the above steps didn't helps (and if RAM modules are perfectly fine ), enable driver verifier to stress test all third party drivers and find the culprit.
If verifer detects a driver issue, system will immediately shows a blue screen. After you got two or more BSOD, upload the dumps for inspection preferably to https://www.box.com/