Okay so my story goes like this:
Since about November or October, I started getting a BSOD while gaming maybe once every 2 weeks or so. When January hit, I started getting more and more, it used to take days, then only hours and then finally 15 minutes or less to blue screen, even while just on skype or with a youtube video running and nothing else. (meaning each time it happened, the next time until it happened again was basically cut in half)
So around the 15th of January, it got to the point of Windows not even wanting to boot, it asked me to run the start up repair and then eventually asked me to go to a restore point. After doing that, all seemed well.. but then I played a game (Overwatch) for about 2 hours and it gave me another BSOD. So then I looked into checking memory issues, drivers out of date or not working well together and Windows updates.
Did everything I could for that, also checked my HDD and no issues came up, minor things showed up and I fixed them but it didn't do anything, so since doing those updates and driver stuff, I haven't crashed without playing a game yet, it's been about 3 days. I've tried playing something a few times and each time, in under 10 minutes it would crash.
The codes I've been getting are 0x0000000a and 0x00000050. Also I got one 0x0000007f code before.
BlueScreenView says that every single one is caused by a "driver ntoskrnl.exe" with the address being ntoskrnl+70400.
I did multiple disk checkers, defrags, memory tests, registry tests and so on and everything said my ram and HDD are fine.. I know it doesn't mean 100% they're fine but I figured I would just mention it.
The Bug Check Strings I get are one of 3:
UNEXPECTED_KERNAL_MODE_TRAP (this one only happened once)