I ran a basic analysis of all the dumps you posted. All dumps shows different error codes but the STOP 0x24 NTFS is the most repeated one. Generally it is an indication of a storage related issue. Please follow the below steps one by one. It is very important to do the steps exactly i described.
Update the SSD firmware.
Crucial is notoriously famous for buggy firmware which causes crashes and blue screens. Please update to the latest firmware immediately.
Bootable firmware update disk image : http://www.crucial.com/firmware/m4/070H/ISO_crucial-c400.070H.07.00.zip
Burn the ISO using any image burning tool like Imgburn, ISOrecorder ( or any disk writing tool with image to disk option )
Detailed instructions on how to update the firmware using the CD : http://www.crucial.com/firmware/m4/070H/Crucial_m4_Firmware_Update_070H.pdf
Update your system BIOS
GA-990FXA-UD3 revision one BIOS and utilities : http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3894#bios
Remove kaspersky for testing.
I know that you may paid for the Kaspersky but removing it for testing is necessary. Kernel made drivers used by this program is directly blamed in some crash dumps. Run the official removal tool to uninstall it completely without leaving any remnants.
After testing how the system works, we can decide whether to re-install it or not. For now, leave the system without any AV programs for a couple of days.
Remove the below programs (control Panel -->Programs ) . They are absolute bloatwares and known to cause various issues to Windows. Remove them immediately.
Easy Tune 6
Update the graphics driver.
Uninstall the Nvidia driver components in the following order.
NVIDIA Update 1.11.3
NVIDIA 3D Vision
NVIDIA Graphics Driver (This should be the last Nvidia item to be removed from the control panel)
Now download the latest driver from the below link.
While installing the driver, choose custom (advanced install ) and select only Nvidia Graphic driver and Physx. Also put a tick on the clean install box.
Update DirectX by running the update tool
Update the chipset driver to latest.
Once again, make sure to complete all the steps as requested. Report how the system works and upload the new crash dumps (if any , i hope to not ).
One other thing you should check is to keep an eye on the graphic card temperature periodically.
Acer H203H (1600x900@60Hz)
1024MB NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT (BFG Tech): 83 °C
Speccy reported very high temps for graphic card which is abnormal. Check whether it's fan is working or the heat sink fins blocked by dusts. You can use the Speccy to monitor the temperatures on regular intervals.
Edited by Anshad Edavana, 13 July 2013 - 11:56 PM.