Temperatures don't seem bad.
No sign of BSOD's/memory dumps. Did you actually see a BSOD?
If you did see a BSOD, then it's likely that the event occurred below the ability of Windows to see it.
This can occur early in the boot process, or with hardware issues (such as overheating).
There's no sign of hardware issues in the Admin log file (I also checked the System logfile in the Sysnative report upload).
I look for Critical level events, then look for those events that don't have any distinctive pattern. Your system had no Critical events.
It is possible for a hardware event to occur so quickly that Windows doesn't detect it - but that doesn't happen very often (and it is very difficult to troubleshoot).
Let's have a look at the events here: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQueue\
Zip up the contents of the folder and upload it here (if it's too large you may have to upload it to a free file-hosting service such as OneDrive or DropBox).
If it's still too large (over 1gB or so), we may have to sort through it in order to extract the proper stuff.
Then, when that's all done, we may also need to look at C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\ in order to find any other significant reports.
Hmmm.....let's start by seeing what the size is of those 2 folders:
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQueue\ - on my system there's nothing in this folder. On your system there should be files that start with the word Kernel
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\ - on my system this folder is very small (202 kB), and has nothing but WER reports (which may/may not be useful to us)
So, let's proceed with the BSOD troubleshooting and see what happens.........
Your UEFI/BIOS (version A07) dates from 2011. Please check at the manufacturer's website to see if there are any UEFI/BIOS updates available for your system. If you are able to install the update through Windows (without booting from an external drive), then go ahead and update it. WARNING - if the computer might shut down during this procedure, please don't do it, as this may physically damage the computer and prevent it from booting.
Beyond the problems that we have discussed, the system appears remarkably free of problems.
I'd have to suggest that you wait for a repeat of the BSOD event (while continuing to run the CPUID Monitor program)
1) Please make a note if the temps reach/exceed 90º C
2) If the system crashes/BSOD's - please reboot as soon as you can and then generate a new set of reports.
3) Please note the system time (as best as you can) when this occurs - and about how long it was from the time of the crash until you generated the reports. This'll help us to narrow down the items that we have to look at in the reports.
Beyond this I have these 4 suggestions:
1. Get ALL available Windows Updates. It may take several trips to get them all
2. Get ALL available, Win7 compatible updates from the manufacturer's website.
3. Start with these free hardware diagnostics: http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html
4. If all of the hardware tests pass, then run Driver Verifier according to these instructions: http://www.carrona.org/verifier.html
FYI - Driver Verifier is intended to cause a BSOD