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