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Blue Screen Of Death

I keep getting blue screens after a few hours of gaming, there is no hardware changes, no memory problems, no new drivers added. I get the same error every time. I even wiped both of my hard drives clean then reinstalled Windows. I can't do a system restore because I haven't done one. I'm on Windows 7 professional. Please help?!
Here is the dmp file:
http://imgur.com/a/8A1jV
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-1fy3DMjc9YRVVXVjFPZU5ZSWc/view?usp=sharing
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  1. Best answer
    It might due to over heating of any component , check your temp while gaming
  2. Where did the video drivers come from?

    Upload the dmp files to onedrive then post the link
  3. john TJ said:
    It might due to over heating of any component , check your temp while gaming


    Paul NZ said:
    Where did the video drivers come from?

    Upload the dmp files to onedrive then post the link


    My temperatures are fine when gaming
  4. Upload the dmp files then
  5. Paul NZ said:
    Where did the video drivers come from?

    Upload the dmp files to onedrive then post the link


    I just used a program called Driver Booster that updates all drivers for you. I also have geforce drivers as well.
  6. I wouldnt use that, it's rubbish. Probably why it's crashing now
  7. No the geforce drivers have nothing to do with the blue screen issue. I'm going to upload the dmp files now.
  8. You dont know that. if it's crashing with games it maybe the drivers.

    Nvidia drivers well the latest one are crappy and buggy
  9. http://imgur.com/a/8A1jV
    Here is the dmp file. I think it might be a hardware issue but im not too sure.
  10. That stop error can be caused by overclocking. Updating the BIOS may also fix it

    Programs that are installed can also cause it. Bitdefender is one of them

    Upload the dmp files not the txt / pic
  11. What are your system specs? What GPU do you use? What is the wattage of your power supply?
  12. Possible malwarebytes is crashing it uninstall it for now. Then see if it crashes

    If you use Intel(R) Smart Connect Technology Device Driver update it's driver. It's 3 yrs old
  13. System Specs:
    NVIDIA Geforce GTX 970
    600W power supply
    i5 4690k 3.5ghz boost to 4.2
    8Gb ram
  14. I just uninstalled malwarebytes and I do not have Intel(R) Smart Connect Technology Device Driver, Should I download it?
  15. No but the driver is on the hdd. See if it crashes now
  16. It turns out it wasn't a driver issue or hardware, the problem was heat related. My i5 4690k turbo boost was set to 4.4ghz from stock 3.5ghz. I guess my aftermarket air cooler couldn't keep up with the demand. I would get the blue screen after a while of gaming. I solved the issue by decreasing the turbo boost to 4ghz or if I get the blue screen again, I'll just disable turbo boost entirely. Thanks for the help anyway, your suggestions led me to the conclusion! Much appreciated!
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