And there might be some simple ways to prevent them:
1. Make sure your GPU driver IS NOT a beta version. (beta ver may cause some issues.) Otherwise uninstall this beta driver and install a standard one.
2. Load fail-safe settings in your BIOS (if available), disable all overclocking.
3. Use memory diagnostics (if u use Vista OS or newer)to scan RAM errors, chkdsk and HDtune Pro to check HDD errors. And try to use onboard graphic (plug your monitor/TV to the HDMI/VGA/DVI port provided by the mobo) to see if this BSOD still occurs.
4. And give us some details of your rig. (The details of the parts u chosed, like CPU, mobo, RAM, GPU, PSU...)
Hi, the problem seems something like unstable working because of overheating.
Check your base PC components: motherbord, CPU, memory, videocard for any dust or something damages.
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