If you have access to a std. HD, clone the SSD to it and swap them out. Check your ram by swapping with known good ones or swap themselves in the slots to see if it varies. I assume also no OC'ing has been done, if so undo this and check results.
Windows 7 64bit; this morning I booted up my computer and about one minute afterwards it froze, first with programs and commands becoming unresponsive and a few seconds later completely static where even the mouse won't move.
It works fine in safe mode. I've disabled all startup programs and many non-microsoft services with no change, still freezes after a minute. I fried a motherboard before due to heat issues so I've always kept this machine clean and monitored temperatures; cpu and graphics card both usually run around 50c without ever exceeding 60c, which are well within safety ranges I've read anywhere.
Core i5 2500k, tried two different graphics cards with identical results, windows boots off an SSD with an HDD holding most program data. At this point I'm just wondering where to look next; thanks for any help.