Hello, I have a gaming MSI laptop - https://www.msi.com/Laptop/support/GT83VR-6RF-Titan-SLI. The thing is about 3 years old now, but has always ran without issues. About 2 months ago it started giving off BSOD while in Windows 10 and during various activities, as well. I tried a number of easy for me things like a fresh Windows 10 install or a BIOS update. None of them worked. I sent the unit over to MSI main depot. Their technician determined that it had a faulty sound board so they changed that and shipped it back. It came with a document stating that various hardware checks were made and passed, however the thing is still giving BSOD. First thing - I tried getting in touch with MSI, but their lines are off for maintenance - something that is very common with them. On Tom's Hardware's I got a reply saying that at first they thought it was temperature related, however I am getting BSOD'd while watching youtube or straight up idle desktop. They also pointed out that they expect MSI to have cleaned the vents and fans off - something that I myself have done over the years, as well. With a special electronic blower and immobilized fans, of course. This is the stop code, btw: Spoiler I also got advised to test the laptop running with one RAM plate swapped out, or try memtest86.