Major BSOD boot loop/repair (OVER 5 DIFFERENT ERRORS) randomly on new PC (Win8 Pro)

I've kept track of the BSOD error messages I recieved (I may have missed some)


Okay so the autorepair went on for over an hour to no avail, I got my boot disk out and even that autorepair failed.

Eventually I tried opening W8 in safe mode using CMD on the disk but when I used the bcdedit /set {default} safeboot network - I would get the message "The boot configuration store could not be opened. The requested system device cannot be found."

Eventually I tried another solution, which was to use sfc /scannow - which didn't do much.

I then tried bootrec /fixboot (from this thread's suggestion and the repair managed to create a log file and I managed to log on.

Now I need your help in finding the problem - I know you will say it's probably memory but I really doubt it - I've never had a problem with RAM, I changed where the RAM was placed in the mobo and it still functioned in the BIOS and is working fine now. I suspect this may be a driver issue - how can I pinpoint what's causing this?

I'm a huge temperature freak, none of my parts overheated at the time of the crash, though I was playing a graphic intensive game.

Thank you.
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