By the looks of it, it doesn't seem like the latest chipset drivers
are installed (amongst others, but they shouldn't matter.) All services seem fine and none are 3rd party.
So try to update the chipset from the motherboard manufacturer's site.
Run Memtest overnight because the bsod could have been caused by faulty memory.
Also, check the manufacturer of the RAM you're running for correct Vdimm (Ram Voltage) and timings. Set motherboard bios accordingly.