Help Me Troubleshoot

I have been having a lot of errors since i built my last PC.
It all started after about a month of use, I started getting all these Errors

- Page_fault_in_ Nonpaged_area
- IRQL_Not_Equal_or_Less
- Driver_irql_not_less_or_equal (nvlddmkm.sys)
- System_service_expection (cl.dll)
- 0x0000021a

Most of these point towards to a RAM issue, But after testing my Hyper X Fury 2x4gb with memtest86 for 48hrs straight with 0 errors, I got really confused. Some issues also point to the Video Card [It could make sense since, I bought it refurbished from Newegg],

Also, before having all the BSOD My Video Cards Fans would ramp up to 100% and cut the display. This happened when my card was basically at idle. sitting at just 34 degrees.

My CPU [i5 6700k] is Overclocked to 4.5 Ghz with a H100i V2 Cooler.[Avg Idle Temp Is around 33 degrees].

I've talked to countless Microsoft support agents who knew just as much as I did. I've been told to reset my PC 4 times now and was even told to buy a new hard drive.

My Motherboard: It's a MSI Z170a 3x [https://ca.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170A-KRAIT-GAMING-3X.html#hero-overview] I Don't know why but whatever i do i can't get a Output from the built-in HDMI port. My motherboard is running the latest BIOS update.

My Specs: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8TPpLD

Before you ask... No I don't have another pc i could check the parts in.


Thanks In Advance
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  1. This forum doesn't allow rewards to be given for solutions , all help is FREE on Tom's Hardware.
  2. Few thoughts 1) that PSU isnt any good despite being gold rated, not likely your issue just an observation. 2) remove your gpu and try to run on onboard video (sometimes required to get on board working) see if the problem goes away. 3) download ddu to uninstall video drivers and then reinstall 4) final thing would be to try and reinstall Windows or perhaps just check for chipset updates from msi
  3. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    This forum doesn't allow rewards to be given for solutions , all help is FREE on Tom's Hardware.

    OK Sorry
  4. Supahos said:
    Few thoughts 1) that PSU isnt any good despite being gold rated, not likely your issue just an observation. 2) remove your gpu and try to run on onboard video (sometimes required to get on board working) see if the problem goes away. 3) download ddu to uninstall video drivers and then reinstall 4) final thing would be to try and reinstall Windows or perhaps just check for chipset updates from msi

    After taking out the graphics card I'm just getting the error Critical_Process_Died
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