Clear CMOS, start over.
Turn off ALL of the crap.....C1E, Virtualization, etc, etc. Find it ALL and disable it ALL.
Lastly, I HIGHLY doubt you'll hit 333x9 = 3.0ghz on 1.325 vCORE on a 4300. No way. More like 1.400. On the S3/DS3 mobo, when it restarts like that and goes ok from a fresh restart, I had that problem........unstable overclock. Your vCORE needs to be increased. The 4300's need alot of juice at 3.0ghz.
I'll willing to wager a cookie you have an unstable overclock, specifically on the vCORE.
-PCI locked at 100
That *should* do the trick. Hard to say since I'm not there. But I've seen this too many times with the 4300/DS3.
The last way to verify this is to simply reset BIOS to stock settings. If no crashes, then there's your answer: unstable OC