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BSOD's - all from ntoskrnl.exe - x50, x133, x0a, x1a - etc. STUMPED.

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So I've been experiencing some random BSOD's. I can't replicate them because they either happen under full load, stress tests, completely idle, or boot up. The most recent BSOD bug check codes include: 0x50, 0x133, 0x0a, 0x1a

All of those were literally at a different point. I think even the 0x0a one was after the computer had been sitting idle for 48 hours? I don't have any clue whats going on

Running Windows 10 - 64 bit
This is a brand new custom built PC
I have not done a reformat - however I will list the things I have done below

(No overclock)
Intel 6700k
16GB (4x4) Corsair Vengeance Ram - 2666mhz 15-17-17-35-2T
GTX 1080 Gigabyte G1
Asus Maximus VIII HERO ALPHA
H100i V2 CPU cooler
Corsair hx750i Power supply
Samsung 850 Evo - 500GB Main drive
Corsair 240GB SSD for storage

I am attaching all of the system info as well as dumps below.

Here is a list of things that I have tried to remedy the problem:

- I have done memtest for 12+ loops (over 14 hours) and came back 0 errors
- changed power cables to CPU/Motherboard/GPU
- Uninstalled video card drivers with DDU in safe mode and reinstalled
- I have ran Driver Verifier; however I didn't BSOD for 48 hours with it on (go figure), the moment I turn off driver verifier and restart the computer, when it booted up it BSOD'd
-Ran the official Intel CPU diagnostic test they offer (it passed)
-Verified Windows file with /scannow (no issues)

I am truly stumped. I have whocrashed as well as blue screen viewer and I have done research on everything and all the "answers" I find are open ended and every single one is different. If anyone can help me with this I am about at my witts end trying to figure it out.
Debugging is new to me so I don't know how to read a lot of the addresses and parameters - so hoping someone with experience can teach me a thing or two

My gut is telling me its a hardware error - but which component is beyond me.

SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip 1363k .zip file
repotforOCN.zip 162k .zip file

Would love some help or even guidance. I am just dipping my toes into this debugging thing.
Edited by Bdonedge - 8/1/16 at 10:14pm
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im actually in the same boat as you. win 10 ntoskrnl.exe+9d445 is mine. ive done every test, stress test.(video, cpu, ram, power supply) removed and put in newest drivers. had windows do a check and fix on it self. completely stumped as of now.
only blue screens during certain games. dead by daylight, no mans sky. yet ark survivior evolved, fallout 4 runs fine.
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Originally Posted by circeseye View Post

im actually in the same boat as you. win 10 ntoskrnl.exe+9d445 is mine. ive done every test, stress test.(video, cpu, ram, power supply) removed and put in newest drivers. had windows do a check and fix on it self. completely stumped as of now.
only blue screens during certain games. dead by daylight, no mans sky. yet ark survivior evolved, fallout 4 runs fine.

What GPU are you using
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in my sig r9 380 4 gig card had to use trixx to up the power limit cause i had the while in game it would throttle bug or would restart my comp. basically i fix one thing another shows up. it annoying as hell that i cant figure it out. fyi i NEVER had this issue with win 7.
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Plextor PX-64M5M Samsung 840 LG Black 12X BD-R 2X BD-RE 16X DVD+R 12X DVD-RA... air for now 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 10 Pro 73in mitsubishi 3d dlp PSFY mechanical led gaming keyboard Rosewill Xtreme Series RX750-S-B 
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CoolerMaster hav-xb Perixx gaming mouse onboard w/ rca 800watt 7.1 surround 
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Win 10 Pro 73in mitsubishi 3d dlp PSFY mechanical led gaming keyboard Rosewill Xtreme Series RX750-S-B 
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