I've been noting problems with the Gigabyte GA series of boards (similar to the Asus P5 series). It seems that there are special voltages/timings/settings needed for the RAM. Check with Gigabyte and Corsair for the suggested settings.
I would start the memory test with the first boot in the morning - that way you'll replicate the conditions that occur during the BSOD's. Let the test run all day long - and maybe even overnight. The longer the better in this case. If you get any errors, it's OK to stop the tests immediately. Once the memory test is done with no errors - please don't change the settings unless you discuss it here first.
Another thing to try is to boot directly into Safe Mode the first thing in the morning. If this is a system service issue (as I suspect) then the boot into Safe Mode should work without issues.
Also, these older drivers are on your system:
timntr.sys Fri Sep 12 10:49:48 2008
tifsfilt.sys Fri Sep 12 10:50:44 2008
Please uninstall Acronis True Image, it's possible that the older drivers that it uses could be causing the issues.