I'm keep getting a BSOD, and if there's any audio playing, a loud pulsating sound comes out of the speakers (during the BSOD). I think it's probably like last half a second or so of the audio that I was listening to, but could that indicate what's causing the BSOD, or is that just normal? I know it's not the RAM, my current guess is that it's the GPU. The error in Event Viewer is always "Kernel-Power," but it just says that that's caused by the computer shutting down unexpectedly (which I assume is when I hit the restart button on my computer after the BSOD occurs...) A warning occurred at the same time last time, named "Kernel-EventTracing." That error says the the Microsoft Security Client OOBE stopped, error 0xC000000D.
EDIT: From what I remember, I think the BSOD almost always happens while I'm watching video/listening to audio, but that could be because I do that almost constantly. It also happens sometimes if I'm playing a game (non in-particular).