Sorry about that.
Checked 'em out; all the dump files are 0x9c and don't really indicate anything else.
May be a good idea to run a memory test with Memtest86+ from Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
Burn the ISO to a disc and boot off of it. Let it run for a minimum of 4 hours - longer the better; overnight is best.
IMO, I'd still say it's CPU related since that's not a very common BSOD, and tends to indicate something wrong with the CPU from what I've researched.