So I decided to not wait til I got the SSD to reinstall windows. I copied my stuff to an external, then did a clean install (deleted my previous partition) and reinstalled windows. Everything booted up fine, then I added my drivers
for chipset, LAN, graphics, and audio. Then ran windows update and installed all updates. Also, I decided to move my pc and disconnect it from my tv. I was only using the monitor. Everything ran perfect. I surfed, download files, and games for 4+ hrs, no problem. Next morning I jump on, hook the tv back up and start gaming. I decided to open Speccy and put it on the tv to monitor my temps. After 20 min, bsod!
I reboot, everything is the same. Bluescreen viewer says it's Hal.dll, x124 hardware failure. So decided to disable the tv in AMD's Eagle vision program. And I realize the case is blowing hot air. It's only got 1 intake and 1 exhaust fan. I pull the side off and point a small fan at it. Reboot and go back to what I was doing before. Open a few web pages and start gaming again. Runs all day, no BSOD.
So is it the tv, possibly EDID causing errors? Could it be the PSU? Is it a lack of cooling? Temps stayed under 65°c on gpu and 45°c on core. I've ordered a water Cooling heatsink for the CPU.
I'll leave the tv disconnected for a week and see what happens. Sad cause I love playing movies while I work.
If anyone else can offer suggestions, I'd love to hear them.