Your post says you have an SSD installed. SSD drivers
are a common cause of BSOD's, in particular Crucial M4's with outdated firmware. Make sure that the following is up to date:
Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden
- SSD Firmware
- BIOS Version
- Chipset Drivers
- Hard disk controller drivers/SATA drivers
- Marvell IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers (older drivers for these are especially problematic)
I might also add that your system info says that you only have a 167GB drive (Local disk) and a 931GB Seagate external drive. Any idea why this might be the case?
All of your dumps showed hardware errors (0x124). Read the following thread and see if any of it's fixes work. Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try
Among the fixes in the above thread are a few stress tests. Before you do any of the other fixes mentioned in the thread, you should run these stress tests:
Test your RAM using Memtest86+. Let it run until 6-8 passes have completed or errors have been found. RAM - Test with Memtest86+
Test your video card using Furmark. Watch your machine's temps and stop the test if it starts to overheat or artifacts appear on the screen. Video Card - Stress Test with Furmark
Test your hardware using Prime95. Watch your machine's temps and stop the test if it starts to overheat. Let it run for up to 2 hours or until errors have been found. Hardware - Stress Test With Prime95
Stress test your CPU using Intel Burn Test. CPU - Stress Test Using IntelBurnTest
Great setup by the way, I can only dream of having a killer rig like that!