So I ran Bios settings and found out that the RAM timings are 7 7 6 21, I then returned them to their default 9 9 9 24. I don't know who messed with these settings. I then installed memtest86 on a USB drive, booted and ran 3 tests. 1 on one mem stick, then switched, and then on both. Got 15 passes on all tests.
Have you overclocked your system at all? If you have, reset all your settings to default because overclocks can cause the same BSOD message that you got, when you have done this try running the game again and see what happens.
There is no OC whatsoever. Everything is default config.
I stopped getting BSOD in games, which is great, but just about a few minutes ago I got one, on normal windows operation. I was trying to activate my webcam and then BSOD.
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