You guys have a hard call...
BSODs can be caused by malware, praticularly Rootkits or Bootkits that get hold of the Master Boot Record or boot code. This has not been ruled out, but the Rootkit SAS reported may have been a false positive. There is also no clue as to what SAS removed since there was no report provided with removals, etc.
What shows up in MBAR is a PUP.
A serious consideration is that the BSODs may be hardware or driver related. This machine was built by Zibeltor and someone else, which may give a little more room for issues than a factory built system.
Pursuing the BSODs looks to be the best decision. If you do a clean install, if there is a hardware issue, the problem could appear again. That would be a bummer!!
Do you agree?