^ What if you raise memory specific voltages QPI/VTT a little? Yes this bios.. Check your event viewer if you have any issues with indexing or other software conflicts. These ntsokrnel.exe specific stopped after I reinstalled x-fi (device manager), logitech cam sw, rebuild WMI, repaired system components (windows 8 manager - repair center), rebuild indexing and removed any Asus leftovers (services, folders, registry). Also lowered this cpu system agent - Vccsa to what it was before I updated to newest bios and now that I downgraded to 344.11 I didnt see it yet, also played the same avp2010 later tonight as few days ago and no problems what so ever.. Im kinda suspecting 344.16 atm since this last bsod was nvidia specific for me.