In case this helps anyone. It seems that the RAM itself was faulty. RMA'd the two RAM sticks and popped in two new ones. Problem solved.[SOLVED]
As the thread title says, I've been getting multiple BSODs and restarts on my new pc build. Hoping for a kind knowledgeable soul who may be able to help diagnose a little further. All my pc specs are filled out in my profile.
A bit of background info. Initially the computer booted up fine for the first day or two. Checked temperatures using RealTemp (they seemed appropriate, in the 25C - 30C when doing light web browsing) and tested ram using memtest but only did 1 pass(later found out that i needed to do more than 1 pass, but it didn't show any errors on that pass that i did).
The bsod's are along the lines of IRQ not less or equal, bad_pool_header, and maybe one or two others which i can't remember at the moment.
I've been searching google for a while and can't come up with any solution. Some say uninstall/reinstall drivers. I have only installed what came with the motherboard when this started happening, so didn't try this yet(nor can i, the pc doesn't generally give me long enough to do this before restarting or bsoding).
Some suggest a sub-par psu will cause these problems. I'd say my psu may be sub-par, but many have used it succesfully for pc builds. It's this psu
and came with the thermaltake v3 case. So not sure if this is the problem or not.
This is as far as I've got. I've attached the files that were asked for in the bsod info post. Hopefully they will be of some use. Any help would be greatly appreciated.