BSOD on new system

Well i build this rig a few months ago, posted here if all the parts were good and they were. But recently I've been having BSOD's.
I have the following parts.
Intel I5 2500K
2 GTX 560 TI's
8 Gigs of G.SKILL Ripjaws 1600 DDR3
MSI P67A-GD65 (B3)
All running Windows 7 64 Bit.

I also recently OC'ed my CPU to 4.5, but I'm not sure if that was the problem or not, so i set every thing back to defaults. Also my CPU cooler is a ZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-R 135mm, and when I OC'ed my temp and voltage wasn't much different then what they are now.
Here is the problem signature that I got when windows rebooted. I also have the .dmp file, but its a bunch of gibberish and has long paragraphs of PAGEPAGEPAGE repeating like that. I also did what the guy here did,
Oh, and one more thing, when the BSOD occurred I was just watching a Youtube video, nothing really demanding. Any help would be appreciated.
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  1. Apparently it didn't post the problem signature,
    Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
    OS Version: 6.1.7601.
    Locale ID: 1033

    Additional information about the problem:
    BCCode: 124
    BCP1: 0000000000000000
    BCP2: FFFFFA8008A3C028
    BCP3: 00000000BE200000
    BCP4: 000000000005110A
    OS Version: 6_1_7601
    Service Pack: 1_0
    Product: 256_1

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  2. Ok, just tested out a few things. First thing i did was get Burn In Test, ran that with no problems. Then i got Prime95 and ran the Blend test, nothing over clocked. No problem, every thing worked fine. Then I OC'ed my CPU up to 4.5, followed the guide here,, and ran the Blend test, few seconds later BSOD. So I reboot and ran the Small FFT test, no crash. So me thinks it might be the memory, so i do different combinations of the memory, in different slots, in different quantity, always got a BSOD. So i tried unplugging one of my cards, switching it around, trying the other card, always got a BSOD. So now im thinking it might be my motherboard. Any one else got any other ideas?
  3. Have you manually set your memories voltage, timings and speed in your bios according to the sticker on the ram?
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