A few weeks ago my PC started BSOD'ing very randomly, while doing anything from watching Youtube to gaming on just about any level. It doesn't seem to follow any particular pattern, but I noticed my CPU temps were getting very hot even at idle (60-70c) and then gaming would kick it to around 80-90c. I have since cleaned my case entirely and am idling at around 30c and gaming at around 40-45c. Anyways, on to more specifics.
Error code: 0x00000101 CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT
CPU: AMD FX-6300 BLACK
GPU: Nvidia Windforce GTX 750ti
Mobo: ASUS M5A97 R2.0
PSU: CX430 Stock fans on all
1 hdd 1 ssd
MINIDUMP Analysis: I'm not too proficient in reading Minidumps but I used BlueScreenViewer to find some information. It says that the crash involves hal.dll (Address hal.dll+4e490) and ntoskrnl.exe (ntoskrnl.exe+19ff54)
Any help would be greatly appreciated; as I need to know as soon as possible if I need to replace a component. Will upload a .zip of the minidump file on request if necessary.