Hello, and thank you in advance for taking a look at my problem. I tried to research as much as I could on my own, but I've hit a wall and figured it'd be best to actually ask someone for advice. Please bear with me, as I want to be as thorough as possible, so I apologize in advance if I'm far too wordy. I put together a new system recently and everything seems to be running smoothly for the most part. I ran benchmarks, played games, etc etc, and ran into very few problems at all; those few being the BSOD. One of the patterns I've noticed is I only seem to get BSODs when running something that involves my videocard. For example, I've had 3 BSOD errors while running World of Warcraft, and once while running netflix. When I say infrequent, I mean there is no common peak where I know I might get a BSOD (like overheating, which my card doesn't do). For example, i've played WoW for hours, running groups and doing things that would be a big load on my computer and have had no issues, but one BSOD involved me joining a group somewhere, and another BSOD involved me trying to exit the game. With Netflix it only happened once, but the error occurred when netflix auto-loaded the next video to be played. All of the crash dumps seem to point to the ntoskrnl.exe file as being the culprit (in 2 cases it pointed to 2 other files as well), but that doesn't seem to make much sense, so that's why i'm now asking you guys for advice. My current system specs are (Everything is stock; no overclocking has been done): Windows 7 X64 Ultimate Intel i5 3750k ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 motherboard Sapphire 5750 HD 1gb videocard Ballistix 8gb (2x4gb) DDR3 1600 ram Samsung 830 series 128gb SSD as the OS drive Things that I have done and tested thus far: Ran chkdsk /f Checked the SMART status using Defraggler /scannow Uninstalled and reinstalled videocard drivers Updated the BIOS firmware Ran memtest 4.0 for several hours (sometime during the night the screen became filled with a weird pattern of characters, but it stated that the memory had no errors) Reseated memory in different slots and ran memtest 4.2 for 8 passes with no errors and since the last BSOD (yesterday) I went into the bios and changed the setting that makes it so it recognizes my samsung drive as an SSD drive. Not sure if that would help, but I figured why not. So now i'm at a loss for what to do. A part of me wants to say it's my videocard, but I can't find anything definitive, as i've also tried running Furmark which stressed my videocard to go up to I think it was 62 or 63C, but my card never gets anywhere near that hot when watching netflix or playing WoW, so that's why I don't believe it to be an overheating issue, especially since I didn't bluescreen during the test. In the attachment is the W7 diagnostic tool upload, screenshots of the CPUID, and a copy of the RAMMon HTML report. If I can think of anything else, than I will chime in, but I now leave this in your hands. Thank you.