Hello. I built this PC a few months ago and it's been, for the most part, running pretty flawlessly. However, when running one game in particular, FFXIV (being an MMO on max settings, probably one of the most intensive things to run on my system), I have occasionally gotten BSODs. I've had about three in the last two days, many more than I have usually, which has prompted me to properly investigate the issue. I've suspected the graphics card may be faulty, as I occasionally get artifacting while on stock clock speeds and sub-65 degree temperatures, but had held off on RMAing the card as other people had reported issues with this card that improved with new drivers. My artifacting has indeed improved, but is still present, and I get texture corruption in-game as well as a patch on my other monitor that looks as if it has been sectioned into squares, with some of them swapped and flickering. I'm fairly certain that the card is to blame for this, but the issues do not present on anything else - stress tests and benchmarks run flawlessly for hours. FFXIV is also one of the only games installed on my SSD, though, so perhaps that is an issue. I believe all the BSODs so far have been "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA". The first I recorded referenced dxgkrnl.sys but the dump file is strangely missing, the others are present in the attached file. Anyway, I'm looking to see if faulty hardware is indeed to blame (and if so, if there are any clear indicators as to what) or if these BSODs could be related to something else. Everything should be present in the attached file. Let me know if anything else is needed.