Intermittent BSODs with no dump file created

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  1.    #11

    Hello, I've been having the same issue with my system, in the end did you solved your issue?
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       #12

    Hello jimi, please make a new thread and post a set of logfiles for your system. We can then take a look at your issue in detail.
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