Sorry that I haven't been around folks, been snowed under with work
Avoid the Raidmax and the CX 600 unless it is the CX 600M (modular) version, no brand gets it right 100% of the time and it would appear that the CX 600 was the one that didnt go to well for Corsair, see the first 5 pages (at least) of Newegg Reviews here and you will see where I am coming from.
You should also keep in mind that the present PSU may have damaged your hardware, the GPU being the most power hungry normally suffers the most, get your video card and if possible your PSU tested by a local tech or tech store before replacing anything, please note that testing a PSU with a multimeter is not sufficient as the computer is not under load, proper testing equipment is required which simulates a computer putting the PSU under load, the PSU then behaves as it would as if in your computer and the true voltages and temperatures will be produced, this will then give a true picture, example testing equipment in use here
Make sure that crash dumps are enabled on your computer;
During a system crash, the Windows crash dump settings determine whether a dump file will be created, and if so, what size the dump file will be.
The Windows Control Panel controls the kernel-mode crash dump settings. Only a system administrator can modify these settings.
To change these settings, go to Control Panel > System and Security > System. Click Advanced system settings. Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings.
You will see the following dialog box:
Under Write Debugging Information, you can specify a kernel-mode dump file setting. Only one dump file can be created for any given crash. See Varieties of Kernel-Mode Dump Files for a description of different dump file settings.
You can also select or deselect the Write an event to the system log and Automatically restart options.
The settings that you select will apply to any kernel-mode dump file created by a system crash, regardless of whether the system crash was accidental or whether it was caused by the debugger. See Forcing a System Crash for details on causing a deliberate crash.