I've been battling my machine blue screening on a 1-3 day basis for a year now and I've finally had it. Previously it wasn't a big deal because I primarily used my machine for streaming and minor gaming but I've been using it a lot more lately so either the problem has to go or the PC has to go.
What normally happens is the machine will kind of lock up - I can still drill down through start menu but any applications I have open are frozen solid and go into a Not Responding state and eventually the machine will blue screen. Now here's the kicker, if the machine blue screens I have to load my default BIOS settings and then reset the storage back to AHCI & RAID otherwise the machine will not boot into Windows. If I turn off the machine while it's 'locked up' but no BSOD, I do not have to do that.
I've also sent both of my SSD's back to OCZ and they tested each and both are fine. I've also gotten rid of the raid and ran the OS on each SSD individually and the machine still crashes.
Lastly, I went in 2 days ago and updated every driver I could find and my most recent crash was an hour or so ago.
5 Crash Dumps:
Speccy Report - This was taken under full load while a game has been running for hour+
Intel i5-2500k Sandy Bridge
ASRock Z68 Extreme 4 Motherboard
ATI Radeon 6970 2GB Video Card
G.Skill RipJaws X Series 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Memory
2x OCZ Vertex 3 SSD in raid
Western Digital Black 2TB Storage Drive
Hoping you all can help!
Edited by Wiluven, 03 September 2013 - 03:59 PM.