Hi all. Running on an Asus G73JH laptop(Core i7 Lynnfield, HM55 chipset, Radeon 5870M, OCZ Vertex 3) that is rock solid stability wise in Win 7(passes every benchmark and stability test(Prime 95, LinX/Linpack, Memtest, furmark you name it) for any duration). With the Windows 8 RTM, things have been a bit interesting to say the least. I only do clean installs. Everything seems to go perfectly during the actual install process. Once the OS was done setting up, I began to start installing some very basic programs and drivers. Pretty much just Google Chrome, official Radeon Windows 8 drivers, and the latest Realtek Windows 8 audio drivers(every other driver seemed to be perfectly fine with Windows 8's default install). I didn't get to installing much more than that and the machine completely locked up. No bluescreen, no error message, nothing. Just a complete freeze where the mouse wouldn't move and the keyboard couldn't even toggle numlock on or off. Had to do a hard power off and reboot. From this point on within 60 seconds or so of booting to the desktop the machine would consistently hard freeze. I reinstalled Windows 8 altogether. The weird thing is now it worked for days perfectly fine. Got to a point where I had every single program and setting and game I wanted set up right and things were perfect. Then seemingly completely random probably two days after I last installed something or changed a setting the machine begun doing the same hard freeze about 60 seconds after boot that it did the first time. I reinstalled Windows 8 once more and this time it began doing the hard freeze not 20 minutes after the install completed. I installed Windows 7 and everything is as perfect as can be(I mainly did this because I wanted to be sure something in my hardware didn't fail by coincidence so I could verify the problem was exclusively software). Googling this issue didn't turn up anything that seemed related to what I was experiencing. Anybody here ever heard of anything like this or have any ideas?