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I recently upgraded my i7 920 to a 4770k because i was tired of my faulty x58 motherboard and ended up having more problem with the new build.

In the first week i had almost 10 random BSoD with always different reason; IRQL_NOT_LESS, MEMORY MANAGEMENT, PAGE_FILE_LOAD, etc. Nothing too specific but i figured out it might the RAM so i tested it and found out 2 of my 6 RAM were giving errors(which never appeared to be a problem on the 920, it never gave me BSoD) now the 4 remaining stick are error free in Memtest+ 5.01.

After that, it still crashed, almost 15 more time in a period of 3-5 days, always caused by; ntkrnlmp.exe so i figure out, my windows must be faulty, proceeded to a fresh format (lost all thoses 25 dump file) and tought it was ok; no crash for 3 days, then suddenly out of nowhere, new crash again... and again and again...

There's no specific action that i could pinpoint after this last format:

1h of Memtest, no problem
1h of Aida64 stress test, no problem
6h of aggressive photoshopping while surfing facebook, music; no problem
Multiple hours of gaming on teamspeak with streaming on and off via OBS; no crash

It first crashed IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL while i was away, in sleep mode i think

Then after 8h of idling from a fresh boot, when i started using it normally(chrome, winamp, windows explorer) it crashed a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT while i was switching windows
Immediatly on reboot when i opened WhoCrashed it re-BSoD with APC_INDEX_MISMATCH, which screwed my whocrash install(had to re-install).

Before, this it crashed randomly when i played a youtube/twitch video, stop streaming with OBS, doing nothing at all, but was never able to reproduce it.

I'm starting this thread in hoping to find the trouble...

Spec:
CPU: i7 4770k (stock since it started crashing, was stable in stress test at 4.4 but with all the crashes off test, I default it)
-Temp are normal; -30 idle / ~65 load
MOBO: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H-CF with latest bios F7 and Drivers(as of Oct 18, 2013)
- Onboard Soundcard is Disabled, i have external
- Onboard VGA is Disabled, no use for it
GFX: GTX 670(old build, was always stable) with latest R331.65 drivers(im updating to .82, they just released)
Main Drive: Samsung 840 EVO 250gb (updated bios with samsung magician)
Sec. Drive: 2x WD Green Caviar
DVD Drive: Liteon iHAS124 rev. W
PowerSupply: CoolMaster 625w
Others: Rosewill PCIE FireWire 1394a Card 2+1 Ports Model RC-504 (windows seems to be managing the drivers and Rosewill doesn't give any, use it for external sound card which is a Focusrite SaffireLE, right now, i'm getting random clipping noise in my sound now and then, which used to hint me of instability and impending crash on my previous build) http://www.rosewill.com/products/1283/ProductDetail_Overview.htm

And here's the current DUMP file:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BwNypEp4tfZ5MWZFbU1GM21fVVk&usp=sharing

Trying to understand them, but failed to do anygood.

Will keep adding any new one if it still crash

Let me know if you need more info on my situation

Thanks in advance

EDIT: since i posted this, i had 4 more BSoD, all added to my google drive link. I activated "Driver Verifier", swap the Rosewill Firewire card out and about to call a RMA on the Motherboard(maybe the cpu could be faulty as well?)
Edited by Dubardo - 11/23/13 at 9:54am
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Hi - http://www.overclock.net/t/1288510/blue-screen-of-death-bsod-posting-instructions-windows-8-7-vista/0_50
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The vast majority of all the dumps are addressing memory problems, common occurrences are 0x1A and 0xA exceptions, along with a 0x50 exception, specifically addressing hardware memory in all aspects (RAM, L2 cache(cpu) and VRAM (gpu)), which of the three I can't find out. In addition there is a 0x3B 0xc000005 exception (access violation), check this thread for further info.
Finally, you have a 0x124 BSOD, telling you that you need more Vcore usually.
Due to the amount of memory related errors, I am suspecting faulty RAM.
Also, any findings with DriverVerifier?
Be sure to revert any OC you are running to stock.

Course of action in my opinion:
1:
Boot to windows in safe mode.
Launch an elevated command prompt and run the sfc /scannow command. Reboot if requested. If any errors are found; run the test again.

2:
Launch an elevated command prompt and run the chkdsk /r /f on all drives. Add c: or d: or e: according to driveletter to specify the drive for expection.

3:
Check each stick of RAM individually in each slot. This is very time consuming and is the last resort in my view.

If you are not able to keep your pc running, you can run the command prompts in the recovery environment. You gain access to this either through your install media, or by tapping F8 and choosing the Windows Recovery Environment option.
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