CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k 3.5GHz (@ 4.5 with OC)
GPU: Asus STRIX ROG 08G 1070
OS: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Motherboard: Asus Z87 Deluxe
RAM: G.Skills Trident X DDR3 2400MHz
PSU: Corsair RM850i
Cooling: 3x120mm fans, 1x200mm fan, Corsair H115i for CPU
Case: Corsair Carbide 500R
SSD: INTEL SSDSC2CW24(Windows is installed on this drive) (240Gb)
HDD1: ST3500410AS (500Gb)
HDD2: WDC WD1003FZEX-0 (1Tb)
Recently, the crashes have been happening almost every day. As you can tell by the specs, I have a gaming desktop so I spend a lot of my time playing games. I always have Corsair Link monitoring my temperatures and I can assure you there are no issues with them. As said, I game a lot, but the multiple BSOD I've had usually don't occur when I play games. Per example, one occurred when I was closing a game (CSGO) while another simply occurred when I was printing documents for school.
Something that is important to note is that right before the system crashes, it freezes for a long period of time (~20s). Sometimes it just resumes and unfreezes, but sometimes it crashes and gives the BSOD. Normally, there is a light under my power button on my case that usually flickers a lot, but while the pc is in its frozen state, this LED stays solid and white, it does not flicker at all. From my knowledge, this light is the HDD Activity light.
1) I've checked the temperatures and none of them are big enough to even be considered as a problem.
2) I've ran the Windows Memory Diagnostic and the memory shows no problem.
3) I've switched from my overclocking profile back to my default settings and the BSOD still occur.
4) Knowing that the computer freezes, I checked all of my disks for errors (CHKDSK) and defragmented them, but they all seem in good health.
5) Finally, I used Intel's SSD Toolbox to scan my SSD. I did a quick scan and everything was fine. When I did a full scan, the computer crashed. I tried to do it again and it crashed. I then proceeded to defragment the disk, closed Steam and Discord and restarted the test. It worked this time, but I do not know if it was a simple coincidence.
6) All of my drivers are up to date.
I've included a link to a google drive folder where I store the pictures that I took from the multiple BSODs I've had during this year. I included all of them because there may be a connnection that I do not see. Anyhow, I named the important ones ERROR 1 and ERROR 2. These are the ones I have been having lately and frequently. There is one of the other BSOD that has the name code as ERROR1 and ERROR2, so I named it RELATED?. Again, I am not worried about the other BSOD, I only uploaded them so you guys that know more then me can see if there is any related issue.
I've also included a picture of the solid LED so anyone can confirm if it's the HDD Activity LED.
Thank you all for your precious time and help.
Edited by RytlockBrimstone, 19 October 2017 - 10:56 PM.