PC Shuts Down ,Sometimes Blue screen of death,Send Help!

So my PC shuts due to heat,
but I change the thermal paste periodically. Even if I run just two heavy software,after sometime it reaches 80 Deg and BOOM! Power off.
Also,2 times the blue screen has occurred and ERR:MEMORY_MANAGEMENT has occurred once.Also it freezes many times.

A year ago I faced the blank screen issue.The CPU would power on but there'd no no output.

I changed my UPS as it was old ,my Power Supply as it would create mini-sparks between the VGA-input and and the VGA cable if partially touched.My GPU's fan wouldn't spin.I got an Antec BP-450PS and replaced my RAM too as the old chip was faulty.Sent the motherboard to Asus for repairing.But nothing worked.

Finally I headed to the professionals he did a workaround and made it run somehow.He said he did something with the BIOS,he couldn't tell me much as it was sent to their HQ he said the earthing was at fault.but it is not.I have had three electricians check it.All of them said it was perfect

TL;DR - No Output>Replace/Repair components>Didn't work>Workaround>Fine for a few days>

My Specs :
MB:Asus M5A97 LE R2.0
PSU:Antec BP-450PS
CPU: AMD FX6300 3.5Ghz
GPU: Sapphire HD 7750 1GB
OS:x64 Win10

Here's a SC of Temps

Thank you in advanced,I've not been able to use my PC properly for the past year :( Please help guys!
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    Sounds like you have a lot of issues going on here. The one thing I do notice is your CPU is getting too hot. 65C is the max safe temp I believe. Can you underclock your CPU? I would do that to see if it helps with any of your other issues. If it works, then think about getting a better CPU cooler.
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  2. Thank you for your reply!To what frequency should I clock it?
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  3. FoleyZ said:
    Thank you for your reply!To what frequency should I clock it?

    3000MHz sounds good. I don't have a lot of experience with AMD processors though.
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