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If it happens again, the first thing to do would be to take a picture of the blue screen so that you can see what program/driver caused the crash. Or if you want to go all out, grab an ammeter and make sure your PSU is outputting the right voltage, do a driver sweep and reinstall everything and reseat everything as you already did, but that's a lot of work for something that has all the symptoms of a fluke. Anyways, best of luck and I hope it stays healthy.

PS. I'm "not that active" because I really just started posting in the last few weeks. Longtime lurker though.
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It turns out the whole time was a really old PSU that gave out on me. Even a part fell out of the psu.

So i decided to get a brand new PSU and it works just dandy!
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