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Jun 26, 2014

I am just built a new pc and installed and updated all drivers properly. But it keeps crushing and most common bsod is "Ntfs_File_System" and "Service_Exception_Not_Handled". I searched almost all of similar forum post and i still get bsod's. İ have tried to run Memtest86 and it couldnt find any error in rams. Sometimes data corruption occured in my several files and i have ran HD TUNE to find any bad sector but it was ok too. I have done all i can and it still crushes 2-3 times a day.

About system:
Windows 8.1
Asus p9x79 motherboard
Asus Gtx770 o.c. graphic card
Intel i7 4820k processor

I couldn't attach my minidump files so i have uploaded them: [URL] ....

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