A few months ago I upgraded my computer with a new CPU, motherboard, GPU, and raid array and since then I have had sporadic BSODs. All of the BSODs have been WHEA uncorrectable error except for 1 time it showed c000021a. They appear to only happen when I am playing a video game or video - I have not noticed my computer crashing while it was left on unused. I have made sure that my computer is not overheating. Prime 95 and memtest haven't shown any problems. I have tried updating my BIOS and drivers. I tried running the windows repair disc. From what I can tell, the blue screen errors I'm getting are hardware related and since I changed so many components at once and the crashes sometimes don't happen for a week, swapping out my parts 1 at a time to try to find the problem doesn't seem like a good solution. I've read that some software can cause these errors and I know I'm using some of the ones notorious for it (e.g. malwarebytes) - is there any way someone could check my blue screen log and tell if a particular program or driver is to blame? Right now all I can think to do is uninstall every possible problematic program and see if that works, if it doesn't then do a clean reinstallation of Windows 8 or maybe even see if the problem persists in Windows 10, if that doesn't work then start replacing my components that are most likely to cause the problem, and if that doesn't work then I'll probably sit down and cry for a while.
If anyone has any better ideas for what I can try or can make any sense of the blue screen log I've posted, I would be immensely grateful for your help!