Every so often, I get the blue screen of death while playing starcraft. I am not sure if the screen only comes up when I play starcraft but as of now, it has come up twice while I was. I was wondering if people had any recommendations for me to see what I could do to diagnose and fix the problem. Could it be that the RAM voltage is pushing it to high of 1.65? And if it is, how would I lower it? No overclocking is being done right now and everything is on auto on the BIOS. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
For temperature checking, use CPUID Hardware Monitor. You can use Prime95 to stress the cpu, and Furmark to stress the gpu. Prime95 with "Detect Rounding Errors" checked is also a good memory stresser.
For RAM voltage (and settings), BIOS or perhaps better one of the Asus utilities that came with your mobo will probably show it while in Windows.
For vid card drivers, uninstalling all nVida graphics software, rebooting, then reinstalling a fresh driver download is good enough. This is probably best to do first, but least likely to solve your problem.
I would suspect that the Graphics Card Memory may be an issue as the problem seems isolated to 3D Rendering. Make sure that the PSU is putting out sufficent and stable voltage as a problem here can play havoc with your system and kill components. Start with the PSU then the Graphics Card then RAM then Motherboard.
To uninstall drivers, Control Panel/Programs & Features and then uninstall everything labeled "Nvidia" related to graphics . . . NVIDIA Display Control Panel, Drivers, PhysX, Stereoscopic 3D Driver, etc.
RAM voltage can be seen in BIOS, but if you've never been in there I'd rather you didn't go atm lol. (Spam the DEL key when the very first info appears on your screen after boot. If a different key is used, somewhere on tha first screen will be "Enter Setup (or BIOS) = X. When you get into BIOS, don't let the blue screen scare you, but be careful lol. )
That's why I suggest going throught the Asus Utilities you hopefully installed when you built this. One of them will show information about memory on one of its tabs. Sorry, I'm not familiar with the Asus utilities.