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In my experience, the two most common reasons for BSODs are bad memory, or corrupted/bad drivers. I would start out by making sure that all of your drivers are up to date (always start with the simplest solution first smile.gif).

You can test your memory very easily by using memtest86. Just make sure that it runs through all of the tests. I find tests 5 and 8 to be the hardest on the hardware, so make sure it runs through those (it will by default, just let it run).

And yea... running your CPU without TIM can cause problems. Its not worth it to toast your CPU just trying to troubleshoot the issue a day or two earlier.

Let us know what you find and hopefully we can get you up and running.

Good luck smile.gif.