So it's been some time since my last BSOD thread. A lot has changed, and a lot has stayed the same. Here's a quick rundown: Since my last post I was problem free up until the end of the month, then the BSOD's came back. I tried fixing them myself for a while, but finally gave in and started looking for parts to replace/add to my setup. I've since then added a new cooling system that keeps my CPU at ~30°C when idle and ~45°C when under load, peaking to ~49°C when I ran the CPU burn in test. I added 8 more gigs of RAM, a new HDD and an SSD, added a new audio card, and plugged in the remainder of the fans (while also adding one on the side). I scraped the old HDD, and was on the fence with scrapping the GPU, but money constricted me. So this meant that I would need to reinstall windows (which was highly recommended in the previous thread!) on the SSD. The setup went excellently, and for 2+ months my computer was happy.. Since 9/26/2014 I have had constant BSOD's every day, each with the same bug check string. I've looked around, ran chkdsk's and memtests, but I just don't have the time anymore to try and 'fix' this alone. So here we are again. Think you can help me? EDIT: Adding a bit more info..I think I installed the newest drivers for my GPU the day before or after the BSOD's came rolling in. I've since then reverted to what I used at the start.I have recently begun sleeping my computer instead of shutting it down, and whenever I wake it a message comes up saying that the GPU has stopped working and has restarted successfully(?).I also installed ArcheAge, which installs HackShield, which installs drivers that run and do whatever while I'm not on ArcheAge. Why is this important? This is around the exact same time the BSOD's started occuring.The BSOD's usually only happen while playing video games such as PlanetSide 2, Star Citizen, and ArcheAge. Sometimes they happen while simultaneously watching a video on youtube/twitch. (Should note, I've never seen it BSOD through idling or specifically watching videos.)I've ran a full mem. test for 8 hours and it reported no errors. I'm thinking about running one for a lot longer.I have recently updated my BIOS.Since wiping and installing the 337 drivers (the original drivers that were installed on this computer) the BSOD's have begun to black my screens(2) for a few moments, until finally displaying the blue screen.