What could be the reason for BSOD Igdkmd64.sys?

The exact configuration of the computer while we can not give, but in General, here:
AsRock H110
Pentium G4560
8Gb DDR4-2133 (1*8)
The discrete card is not present, it is the computer in the office

Often, sometimes several times a day crashes BSOD 0x00000116 with swearing on Igdkmd64.sys (driver component Intel graphics). Sometimes blue screen appears, just hangs tightly, even the cursor does not move. Happens regardless of running programs.
Tried 2 Windows 7 and 10. 4 different versions of drivers, as from the website of the motherboard and with Intel.
Hard disk is OK (SMART test and the surface normal), RAM is OK (checked the boot Memtest86+ latest version supports DDR4, test walked the whole night), no overheating
The problem is solved by installing a discrete graphics card
Here I do not know on what to sin? Discrete there can't leave. It's true whether distorting the GPU, or mother, or something like that
June 10th 19 at 14:31
1 answer
June 10th 19 at 14:33
Solution
Perhaps the problem integrated graphics: violation in core graphics when you install the chip at the factory on the GPU, not all legs propoals. If the processor is new, then under warranty, if not, the reballing.

The GPU in this processor: IntelĀ® HD Graphics 610
Yes, I know that there is 610. I just never faced with the fact that the insertions in those protsakh buggy. Thank you. It is necessary to try and swing the percent to find somewhere - Sheldon.Altenwerth commented on June 10th 19 at 14:36
in principle , Yes. Or in the socket. Installed and bent leg. - Millie_Bechtel commented on June 10th 19 at 14:39
when you install the chip at the factory on the GPU, not all legs propoals

It is "nonsense". The plant, oddly enough, these things are tested automatically and the fee will be monitoring (read - extremely unlikely that will be). - Lurline commented on June 10th 19 at 14:42
well. Let's say I agreed with what you said. Then answer, where the plant occurs marriage? - Millie_Bechtel commented on June 10th 19 at 14:45
the , uh... "the Mystery is great there" :). - Lurline commented on June 10th 19 at 14:48
at the plant undergo regular tests to detect obvious marriage. But if the defect is manifested in the distant future: for example by heating in the processor due to bad bga soldering falls off the GPU, then the marriage can not be identified at the factory.

On average, test at the plant lasts less than 2 minutes.

The more expensive the processor, the more the tests the less marriage. - Millie_Bechtel commented on June 10th 19 at 14:51
you said -
when you install the chip at the factory on the GPU, not all legs propoals

Obviously, weed would control the output with high probability. The succeeding blade soldering - marriage, but not "not propoals". Yes, and the GPU here is part of the CPU. No, well, there is also BGA, micro only. - Lurline commented on June 10th 19 at 14:54

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