It doesn't matter to me how long you take. I get an email when you make a post in this topic, so then I know to come back and check it.
As you have problems running FurMark - that's suggestive of a video problem.
That can be hardware or software (we classify heat issues as a hardware problem)
But it's interesting that you're worried about heat, yet the video card isn't getting past the low 80's
You may want to try the Furmark test (the one that causes the crash) with the side panel off and with a house fan blowing into the case (on high).
If it is heat, that will make it take longer for the Furmark to cause the BSOD
Finish up the rest of the diagnostics.
Then we'll see about removing your video drivers (using DDU to remove all traces), then installing a fresh copy of the latest, W10 compatible version.
Then see if it still crashes. If so, then we'll have to wonder about trying another video card.
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