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BSOD 124 after clean 7 install

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Hey,

So I have been getting random BSODs 124, first it was after adding a fourth harddrive, and raiding it, it was a 1 TB WD Blue, for storage. I installed Win 8, it started randomly blue screening, so I went back to 7.

So I thought maybe it was 8, and after 7 it was blue screening agan. So I did a fresh install, updated all the drivers, and still random 124s. So I thought it was a heat issue, since I had been running the new rig before adding the new drive for 2 weeks with no side panel by the GPU side. So I have it on my desk now, was running fine, and started 124ing again randomly during games. I have 4 fans inside the case, 3 on exhaust, and a large 230mm for intake, and running on max and gaming and it will blue screen.

I have run Memtest+, and the 16 GIG Crucial Ballistix Elite memory passed on 8 passe, 5, 2, 1 seperate passes.

My specs:

Asus P8Z77I Mobo (ITX) - bio has been updated
Bitfenix Prodigy Case (M-ITX)
Bitfenix Recon Controller
Bitfenix Spectre Pro 230 mm intake fan
H100i CPU coolor, with 2 x 120 mm exhaust fans from Corsair
Bitfenix Spectre Pro 140 mm exaust fan
Intel 3770k at stock clocks
Gigabyte GTX 670 2GB- stock OC clocks
Corsair AX860 (coil whine, new PSU coming in today)
2 x Crucial 128 GIG SSDs (latest firmware)
2 x WD 1 TB Blue (passed disk checks, no clicking)
Crucuial Ballistix Elite 2 x 8 (16 GIG) RAM (running at X.M.P settings)

So I am confused why the rig ran fine for 2 weeks before I added the last drive, and did some cable managment, I did pull the GTX card out, and put it back in, its lined up well, but I haven't reseated it again since the BSODs started happening, waiting on today since the new PSU is arrving.

Please help

here's the latest dump file
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/57619298/BSODs/021313-6240-01.dmp

Thanks,

Jay
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Try compatibility mode for the hard drive and see if it still blue screens. I don't think that it is a heat issue, since you are not overclocking and have good airflow. It could very well be the PSU, let us know if this worked and if it is still bsod after the new power supply gets put in.
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