So it seems like you have two things happening here. Your system is having issues with it's USB controller or USB drivers
systeminfo32 shows this...
690LC USB\VID_2433&PID_B200\CCVI_1.0 The drivers for this device are not installed.
If the bios is set to have high speed usb and the drivers aren't installed, well you're going to have problems. They need to be reinstalled or updated. The website for your motherboard doesn't show there is a USB3.0 driver.
Go to search and type devmgmt.msc (enter) Under Universal Serial Bus Controllers, right-click update. If that doesn't work, then choose update, but choose the option to install them yourself and see if there one in the list. It might be an older one, but this might get MSFT updates to then push a new update so you get the newer one. You could try downloading them using the website below for Win 7/8 and see if they work.
I saw your memory dump while gaming Battlefield Trial at the time of the BSOD. Video cards and USB can share IRQ. You have other BSOD's with Memory management. That can be due to the bios not being updated.
Your bios is... BIOS American Megatrends Inc. V17.5, 11/13/2012
Newer bios...2013-10-30 V17.12
- Support ATI 7970/7770 VGA card.
- Improved memory compatibility.