I have a problem that I'm mostly getting ignored on computer diagnostic forums, and I can't get the best of answers just on the google searches. So, I was hoping someone here might be able to help.
I recently moved my system into a new case, specifically the BeQuiet! Dark Base Pro Rev 2. While I was doing it, I reseated my CPU with a fresh coat of Arctic silver, and since then, I've been getting Bsods about ones a day with the old chestnut of Hal, Pshed and ntoskrnl showing up on my bluescreenview minidump files. I've had this before, and when I did, reinstalling windows fixed it permanently. This time, well, it's been three weeks and I'm still getting the problem. It's not an overheating issue, because I'm seeing the CPU temp and it's never peaking idle over 35C, or over 45C under load (I use a AIO liquid cooler). First it seemed like it would be RAM, but memtest is coming up clean. I've got all overclocking disabled on the BIOS/UEFI level, no software based overclocking installed in the whole system. Malware bytes paid licenses deep scan comes up clean, chkdsk comes up clean. I went one by one in my device manager and all drivers are up to date. I even rest my CMOS for good measure, and my BIOS is the latest that ASUS has for my board.
So, if my RAM is good, my temps are good, my driver are good, my Win 10 install is fresh, my thoughts are that either the CPU or the Mainboard is damaged, possible a pin, but I can't see any obvious damage.
BSODS mostly happen while not under load. I can run RDR2 for hours and hours just fine, but watching youtube videos seems to trigger it, sometimes just regular browsing too with no streaming video. I experimented with underclocking the RAM, and that gave me a three day relief, but today I got another BSOD. I've been leaving the system with an infinite stream in my browser (thanks Giant Bomb Infinite) and It crashed two hours after I left it alone while at work.
I would really rather not have to replace my mainboard, or worse, my CPU, but I kinda think that's all that is left.
My Specs are as such:
ASUS Prime 390-z motherboard
Intel i5-9600k @3.7ghz
32 GB Corsair Vengeance RAM at 2400k Frequency
Asus Bios 1502
Cosair n60 AIO cpu cooler
I can provide my Dxdiag or minidump files if needed, just didn't want to post them cold, and obviouslytthis is not a tech support forum, so any help or opinion is greatly, greatly appreciated.