I'm afraid no amount of reinstalling Windows is gonna help you here, mate. Koolkat is pretty accurate in that this is a hardware-based BSOD triggered by a hardware fault, and the output she displayed makes it evident we're dealing with a bad CPU. The Prime95 crashing also testifies to this.
Now, I do know that motherboard software loves to cause these errors despite being software and not hardware, so you'll want to uninstall any
software that came with your motherboard. Only keep device drivers
that come with your motherboard that actually are required to make things function properly, like audio and network drivers. Also, go ahead and update them as well, including your BIOS.
If none of those works, it's time to consider using your warranties if they're available and replace hardware, starting with the CPU, then follow up with the motherboard and then power supply. I personally however think it's a bad CPU. If you don't have the thing overclocked, and you can confirm the temperatures on it are good when running Prime95 or some other heavy operations, then it's time for a replacement.