I've been experiencing various BSODs over the last year. I'm going crazy and I need help.
It usually starts during high load (gaming sessions), when it happens and I reboot the computer it will crash after maximum 30 seconds (several times in a row). I can shut down the computer for an hour, and it will run perfectly the next time I boot it up. This makes it hard to troubleshoot, as it can run for weeks and months without BSOD and suddenly it will just run into BSOD loop.
I've tried Hot CPU test without any errors, changed RAM, clean install of Windows 8.1, downgrade to Windows 7, changing SSD drive, replacing GPU. I've also tried booting onto a live Linux USB drive when it is doing the BSOD loop, and after a couple of minutes i got this one: "Kernel panic- not syncing: Fatal machine check on current CPU." I am currently running without overclock on both CPU and GPU.
Temperatures are looking fairly normal. GPU: 42C CPU: 38C
All help is appreciated.
Various system info & dmp files: http://upit.no/sysinfo.rar
Hot CPU log: http://upit.no/hotcpu.TXT
Edited by fuxer, 12 November 2014 - 08:12 AM.