Thank you for sharing these details.
As part of the troubleshooting steps, I would like you to try doing the following:
- If possible test another processor in this motherboard. This would be the easiest way to discard problems with the hardware components.
- Check for motherboard BIOS Updates. If there are new versions you should consider updating it.
- If possible try another RAM memory on this motherboard. Use 1 memory slot at the time.
- Run the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool. This will diagnose all internal components of the processor and will show you the status of the processor.
Here you can download the tool:
Thank you kevin, I answer you step by step:
1) I bought the CPU on Amazon, yesterday I request a warranty replacement, and tomorrow I will test the new one (always a 4670k).
2) The motherboard it's new (after another warranty replacement: I made an exclusion process: I changed RAM, Mortherboard, HDDs and PSU) and I just updated the bios the same day that I received it. But the BSOD appears anyway, and randomly.
3) Just did that, and I also tested each RAM under Memtest without errors.
4) The Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool freeze reading the Cache size: it not fail, simply continuously try to read cache size. I closed the tool after 10 minutes of freezing.
I also excluded a driver problem: I had a BSOD also during first installation of Windows...
I'm going crazy behind this error xD
Thank for letting me know this information. Let me know how it goes after getting the processor replaced.