I've been having quite a bit of bsod's these days. Most of them happened after installing new RAM quite a while ago, but my system has been fairly stable, crashing only 2 times in the first month (october) and once in December, but then once I got a new processor... things have been going kaplut. 9 BSODs in 4 days, average about 2 a day, though 4 happened today.
I thought it might've been RAM so I reduced those down to stock settings (they ship as 1866mhz, but I had to add the XMP profile to get them to that, bios defaulted them down to 1600), and the processor I got was an Atholon X4 880k (upgrading from an A8-7600 if I recall correctly).
BSOD history from the last few:
MEMORY_MANAGEMENT 0x0000001a (ntoskrnl), happened at 6 hours apart, most recent one was 30 minutes ago.
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION 0x0000003b (ntoskrnl), happened 10 am this morning.
A whole series of 0x00000139 codes from this morning to the day I installed the new processor.
I've done sfc /scannow, not problems, also ran a memtest (included in windows), no problems.
Currently I have cool'n'quiet on, turbo off, overclocked to 4.2 (stock is 4.0 turbo 4.2), memory settings should be reset.
I think bios drivers are good to go but I should probably double check.
(It's also been running a little sluggishly, with scvhost taking up a good 25% usually)
Any tips? =P
Here's an image from bsod viewer
Edit (1/9/2017): Older mobo's don't support extra-new processors! I used a Godavari processor on a standard ol' Kaveri supporting mobo... didn't go so well. Solved!