That's great, you're getting there now
When you get a bsod, refer to this thread or a similar one to check the meaning of the code it gives you.
Also, if you'd like to see the reasoning behind your previous bsod, you can give event viewer a try. It can tell you the bsod code if you didn't catch it, then you can refer to the thread I linked and see what the problem was
eg, bsod code 0x000000000124 means increase vcore (unless there's another number within the zeros, just disregard them and look at the 0x124 as an example)
Edited by Yumyums - 1/28/12 at 9:35pm