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It will be necessary to narrow down the issue. The 3 video ports are handled by the same graphics card embedded of the processor. So, make sure you are already using the latest BIOS version of your Asus motherboard and the latest chipset driver.
If it is possible make a test with any other high speed HDMI cable.
There is a newer graphics driver for your processor with the version 220.127.116.1104 available in the link below:
Thanks - I think the new driver seems to have corrected the issue.
I tested a different HDMI cable before doing the driver upgrade and still had the same issue, so that effectively ruled that out. I confirmed I have the latest Asus BIOS installed, which has Video BIOS 1031.0. Chipset driver was also up to date according to the Intel utility for driver updates.
Anyway, 18.104.22.16804 hasn't blue screened on me yet, and the previous driver was crashing basically 100% of the time.