BSOD - DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL with nvlddmkm.sys and ntoskrnl.exe

Hey there,

My computer has started planting since yesterday. I played a game for a while and it might or might not be related; Eitherway, it suddenly froze the system unexpectedly and I had to reset my pc. After that system started correctly. I ran the game again to see what's going on, and unfortunately, it crashed the system again; has had to reset hard once more. After that, I got a BSOD with DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL score to nvlddmkm.sys. I tried to reboot once more to see if it disappears and the system charged up to the floating logo of W7, but I only got a black screen afterwards, no login screen either. I wasn't able to boot the system normally more, forcing me to use safe mode. After checking terrils, I decided to uninstall completely nvidia drivers and that helped - loaded correctly and installed system software of windows default driver.

Right now I'm in a situation where Windows seems to work stable unless I have try re-installing the drivers nvidia; In doing so, does not load results in a system and the BSOD screen again after W7 logo, no matter how many times I restart.

My basic features are:

Gigabyte P35-DS3R

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.40 ghz, oc'ed to stable 3.20 ghz)
8 GB DDR2 RAM
Gigabyte Geforce GTX460 1 GB of RAM

Samsung 840 EVO 120 GB

ST1000DM003-1SB10C 1 TB

Silentium VERO L1 600W

W7 Pro SP1 with all latest updates

Here are the dumps (contains the dump of the first and the last being).

So far what I've done - tried unplugging all devices (including my Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma headset), uninstalled Avast antivirus, tried reinstalling drivers nvidia in two different ways (of unsuccessfully); clean the GPU/CPU/power supply. I'm slowly running out of ideas. To add, I never really had problems with my PC - it works all the time for 8-9 years with no issues whatsoever and I moved from c2d e6750 and GTS250 a year (or more) there are what I currently; never had any problems with these components, either. I always intend to Exchange my gpu for further testing, but since I do not have an integrated GPU and video signal passes through GTX460, I don't really know if there is a damaged graphics card (perhaps wrong, however).

If anyone knows what is the origin of the problem and what can be done to avoid a full system reinstall, I would be really grateful for any help.

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Update:

I swapped the GTX460 with my old GTS250 for test. Apparently, it seems that the GTX460 was damaged and all misleading BSOD was actually caused by defective behavior. Fix to 750ti in a while.

Edit [21/05/2016]:

I swapped to 750ti and all is well again. This case can be considered resolved.

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