Dump file don't always gets created & outside of usual driver issues they can never conclusively prove psu issue which is often the reson behind many such situations. It is always recommended to start with basic hardware checking first by running live linux/benchmarking tools to rule out hardware issues first & then only move on to analyzing dump files & even there, in my experience, event viewer should be checked first.
Dump file is created when system encounters BSOD. It doesn't provide generic insight but will definitely help what crashed and which drivers was faulty.
Yesterday I replaced my motherboard. So here is the summary :
1) When I changed GPU 1.5 months ago, problem was still same.
2) After that when I changed PSU 1 month ago the BSOD problem went away but freezing/stutters was still there
3) Then I changed CPU 3 weeks ago and after that freezing was gone but there was stutters still the same.
4) Then I changed Motherboard this week, now stutters are the only issue but they are reduced by 80%.
So what should I change next ? RAM, GPU or SSD ?
And is it possible that every component in my PC was fried all at same time because of old PSU or bad mobo ?
Because every time I change one component the issue gets fixed by a small percentage.