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Hello Chris. As for BSOD problem, I would recommend, so you re-install Windows from the installation disk and then use it for some time without installing any drivers. Also I would recommend so you setup and run some sort of diagnostic utilities to verify your PC's hardware. Specifically, I would recommend:
If the BSOD problem still persists after you've run these tests under blank Windows installation without drivers, then it means that your PC incurs the serious hardware problem and needs to be repaired.
I've installed the minimum drivers needed to actually keep the machine functional, and have installed the minimum apps to allow me to work (doing otherwise would mean I may as well just get a new machine)
If I see the issue again I'll definitely dig in a little more. I do think it's the video driver / USB-C driver, though.
And also, I've got a question regarding this problem: Have you overclocked your PC ?? Make sure that you've not, because the following problem of BSOD might be typically encountered on notebooks with Intel Extreme CPU after it has been overclocked.