Thank you in advance for any help that you might be able to offer.
Back in March I bought a bundle of a MB, CPU + cooler, and RAM from a reputable UK based online retailer. Alongside this I also bought a graphics card, an SSD for the OS and games, and an HD for general storage. The other components come from an old PC including case, 1000WPSU, Blu-ray, and screen. Details should presumably be in the uploaded file alongside this but if you need anything further please let me know. The bundle came overclocked but I have run it non-overclocked and am still having issues.
About a month after having set it up I started getting BSODs when gaming. This is mainly GTA V but numerous other games also suffer either complete BSODs or crash to desktop. I also got 2 red screen of deaths at this time.
Crash codes for this were mainly 0x000000d1 but also included a few 9Cs. I tried everything to fix this including checking the temperatures reached by GPU and CPU (maxing out at low 80s so while high shouldn't be the cause), driver reinstallation, reinstalling windows (hence why the dmp files from this period aren't captured) and memtest86.
memtest86 crashed on its first run an hour in and on its second run showed one error 8 hours into a 20 cycle test. I returned the bundle and gfx card to retailer for testing and they replaced the RAM.
Unfortunately this hasn't stopped the crashes and I am still getting BSODs when gaming. These are primarily d1s although there seems to be a bit more randomness in them this time round with 1e, 101, 7e, 139 also making an appearance.
BluescreenView and WhoCrashed aren't providing me with any obvious information to go on other than it being primarily an ntoskrnl.exe issue although FLTMGR.sys, e1d65x64.sys and HDAudBus.sys have also cropped up. Memtest86 passes with no errors.
Running driver verifier I consistently crash before the log-in screen due to atikmdag.sys and atikmpag.sys.
I have tried reinstalling the drivers repeatedly including using the AMD DUU for a complete clean uninstall but have had no improvement. I have the same issue whether I download drivers through the AMD website, use the various driver updater tools or use the driver that comes through devicemanager.
As such, I'm a bit stumped. I suspect its a faulty graphics card but before I go through the hassle of returning it I'm hoping someone might be able to confirm, or disprove, my suspicions.
Please let me know if there's anything else you need.