I've been trying to diagnose this issue on my own for a few months as I've had time, but have finally reached the limits of my own knowledge. I've seen some great diagnostics come out of this forum, so I figured I'd reach out for some help.
· OS - WIndows 10
· Windows 7
· OEM - purchased and installed personally
· All hardware purchased December 2016
· Age of OS installation ~3 Months - upgraded to windows 10 with the free upgrade cycle. (Problem existed on previous OS install as well)
· CPU - AMD FX-6300 Six-Core Processor (6 CPUs), ~3.5GHz
· Video Card: Geforce GTX 750ti
· MotherBoard - MSI 970A-G45
· Power Supply - Cooler Master V550 (550 Watt)
· System Manufacturer - Manual Build
· Exact model number - N/A
· Laptop or Desktop? Desktop
- Ran windows updates
- Ran system file checker
- Modified size of Page file to exceed installed memory (by default windows had it at ~ 1 GB)
- Reseated all hardware
- Re applied thermal paste to CPU
- Updated to latest NVidia Geforce drivers
- Used DDU to uninstall said drivers and rolled back to earlier supposedly stable build (3.6519) - Can revert if necessary.
- Ran overheating test with HWMonitor - however due to nature of crashes have been unable to detect issue
- Ran an extreme stress test on PC using Heaven Benchmark in windowed mode with highest graphics setting and simultaneous Prime95 blend test to stress CPU - no heat issues after an hour but I don't doubt it could still be an issue
WIndows has generated a couple TDR errors (0x141 and 0x117) where the drivers stopped responding. I'm assuming that the crashes may be 0x116 types as a result but haven't been able to nail down the cause just yet.
Sysnative File Collection Below - but Perfmon is currently hanging at "Collecting data for 60 seconds..." for over 15 minutes. Working on solving that problem now and will update thread with other files as able.
Edit: Attached new Sysnative file
Edited by MojoAndGoop, 21 August 2016 - 10:21 PM.