I've gotten this twice in a row now when ever I start up my computer. What does it mean? Also, my KRK speakers haven't been working since just a few hours before this, yet my headphones are. Do this have anything to do with the BSOD?
As a start, run memtest86 to test your RAM. IRQL errors are *usually* RAM related.
...that being said, this may be one of the few times you have a different HW problem. According to the dump, the memory address that crashes is the very first memory address, which is reserved for HW use. That points to either the motherboard, or one of the devices on the motherboard.
If memtest86 comes out clean, try using a different GPU [if you have one] and see if that helps any.