Hello! I've been troubleshooting this issue for months now and it is really frustrating. My issue is every time my computer goes to sleep/is shut down, when I start it back up, the computer works normally for about 7-10mins or so, and then BSODs. Once I reboot from the BSOD, my computer runs just fine until the next sleep-bsod episode I've done Memtest86+ on my RAM modules to see if they were the culprit. Module 1: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5772230/bad_module/IMG_20140901_182529.jpg Module 2: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5772230/bad_module/IMG_20140902_080050.jpg I noticed something strange on these tests though. When I would test my memory on slots 1-2, Memtest86+ would read my memory's speeds/timings correctly: 1866 9-10-9-28. But when I tested the same modules in slots 3-4, I would get half of that: DDR3-784 4-5-5-15. I then checked if slots 3-4 read with the lower speeds/timings in CPU-Z, but they did not; they read with the normal 1866 9-10-9-28. I'm not sure if that's an indicator of a problem at all, but it seems unlikely. Trusting my logic, I decided to see if having both modules in slots 1-2 would alleviate the issue. I put the computer to sleep overnight (usually the scenario that results in a BSOD) and upon waking from sleep, it seemed fine for about 10 minutes (just like before every other BSOD), then it crashed: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5772230/bad_module/9-3-14.zip Here's my build for reference: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/rHBPxr Any ideas why this is happening?