Hello there, I'm the new one and here's my story:
Since I switched to the new Skylake plattform, I've had multiple BSOD, which all related to my memory/ntoskrnl.exe. The system also worked poorly with a 1000hz polling rate on my mouse (every mouse movement would result in a massive FPS and GPU usage drop in many games). With 125hz these problems didn't occur.
I've performed a fresh WIndows 10 install and ran Memtest86+ and chkdsk, which didn't show any errors. The mouse problem and the BSOD stayed. The RAM analysis tool from Windows showed some errors, so I first swapped out my RAM (which didn't change a thing) and after that my mainboard. While my new mainboard was on it's way, I switched to my old mainboard, CPU and RAM and everything worked perfectly.
Now I've put in the new Hardware again and set up a dual boot with Win 8.1 and Win 10. Both versions worked fine at first, even without that strage mouse polling rate problem. Because I only have a key for Win. 8, I had to update the Win 8.1 install to Win 10. Trying this, I already got two new ntoskrnl.exe related BSOD, so the core issue still seems to exist.
I simply can't pin down the problem with BlueScreenView and excessive googling and I'm overwhelmed by the windows debugging tool.
The whole situation is driving me crazy and I sincerely think that this forum could be my last hope.
Could someone please have a look at my file down below?
PS.: My RAM is officially compatible with my mainboard and the problem exists with and without the new mainboard drivers and BIOS.