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I bought my gear about 2 weeks before the extreme bundles came out, that frustrates me even more. Win 7 64 Bit sp1 "Only the strong will survive!" -Pazza316 when commenting on training with him!! Main Rig : i5 2500k 4.3 @1.27 | Water 2.0 Performer | 7950 3gb flashed | G.Skill Ripjaws 4x2 1600 | Coolermaster GX650w Bronze | asus p8z68-M PRO | NZXT Source Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... http://ventureforum.org/bsod-after/bsod-after-blackout.php

Spin up to full speed, stick finger into spinning blades. Reply With Quote 02-10-2011,11:05 PM #8 Johnny87au View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Guru Join Date Jun 2010 Location In the Land down -under- Posts 4,432 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won This raises the question which version is closer to reality, especially since very few applications and especially games make use of the new instruction set extensions at all. XMP profile as mode of OC Multi set to 45 Digi+ Level 5 Vcore to offset mode + 0.025 All else on AUTO. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1852027/bsod-0x124-small.html

I did a Hard Disk test from HP Diagnostics Tool. Just to note, I had put my RAM at those levels with NO problems before, so I suspect it has something to do with the CPU. will the OP be updated as more codes are added so we dont have to go digging when this thread gets huge Intel I7 920 @ 4.3 // ASUS Rampage III

  • Can't withstand 1 minute of Prime95.
  • ASUS M4E 2600K @5.1 24/7, 1.45v 8GB G.Skill RipJaw 2133mhz 580 GTX Tri SLI @925, 2400 Silverstone Strider 1500w OCZ AGility Raid 0 OS, Corsair GT's Raid 0 for data.
  • yes, they're pretty much the same. 1155 is just newer than 1156(ex.
  • A late dropout during the Custom-run with rounding errors, is almost always a too small Vcore.
  • Memory Test was...
  • I knocked the ram and cache settings/voltages back to auto and just ran with the cpu oc.
  • PM me, I can help! "We have more information and more ways of accessing it than ever, yet seem increasingly less inclined to do so."- Michael Wilbon Reply With Quote 12-23-11,09:00
  • THAT doesnt cahnge.
  • Keep an eye on those temps.

setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 10:04 #5 smsmasters Mobster Joined: Aug 2004 Posts: 2,708 Try a few notches on the RAM. Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›Software, Programming and Coding›Operating Systems›Windows›Crash Analysis and Debugging›BSoD 0x00000124? Bios screens below. Find More Posts by smsmasters 13th Oct 2013, 10:48 #6 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 Quote: Originally Posted by setter I do own

ireland Posts: 28,161 Ive read up on adaptive voltage, seemingly if you use synthetic stress tests such as ibt/p95, it adds a lot on top of what youve set when theyre Intel indeed greatly simplified overclocking with "Haswell", but only to a certain extent: fine-tuning and the right interpretation of the symptoms is made more difficult by the new architecture and the Ram is samsung green at 2133mhz, 9-10-10-21 1T. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?266589-The-OverClockers-BSOD-code-list setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 12:14 #12 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 then dont use em,

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I have an ASUS MIVE-Z, and I was using the auto-OC settings within the BIOS (CPU to 4.6GHz, and RAM set on XMP profile where it runs at 2133MHz). The time now is 10:26 AM. Ask ! setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 12:46 #21 wazza300 Caporegime Joined: Jul 2009 Location: BenefitStreetBirmingham Posts: 26,775 I think you'd do 2400mhz

found out it was a unstable overclock, what i did was lower the clock and adjust my ram timings. weblink Should I R0 my SSD? / Sandy/Ivybridge Overclocking Guide / Haswell Overclocking Guide / AMD Overclocking Guide / Power Supply Guide SSD Reliability/Write Endurance / JOIN THE BENCHING TEAM! / Bulldozer by WilliamGayde › GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 ATX AMD Motherboard by Butthungrymonkee › CRONOS RGB 3D 7.1 Surround Sound PC Gaming Headset by Jedson3614 › Cougar Minos X3 Gaming Mouse by WilliamGayde › You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

The post mentioning rma of a delidded chip was here. ireland Posts: 28,161 Removed the ram oc, just done as yourself. Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesIn WinSound BlasterFeenixAquatuningView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Recent Reviews See All the Latest Reviews COUGAR ATTACK X3 RGB Premium Gaming Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry... navigate here As far as the voltage goes, does that just mean if I want to overclock, I'm going to have to do it manually?

it seems like a stable overclock in my part, ran prime95 24hours and IBT 20 passes on high with no problems but when i play crysis 2 i always have BSOD. But in that case, the remaining secondary voltages and especially the input voltage will be roughly correct. setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 11:11 #8 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 i suppose at the

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The following error codes usually have the following source (again, in own experience!): 0x124 = VCore 0x101 = input (~ 90 percent) or VCore(~ 10 percent) 0x1E = VCore0x3B = VCore Unlike many other testing tools, Prime95 has a big advantage: you can selectively explore all important and secondary voltages. Attached Files Minidump.zip (142.3 KB, 63 views) Reply With Quote 12-23-11,06:32 AM #2 TollhouseFrank View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Headphone Guru Join Date Nov 2004 Location T3h [email protected]! either BSOD Help and Support 0x124 BSODWhile attempting an installation of my mail client yesterday, the system crashed with the titled BSOD.

I know for a fact my RAM works fine on XMP profile, so I'll just have to play with my CPU. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Seem to have had problems when oc'ing the memory. http://ventureforum.org/bsod-after/bsod-after-upgrading-cpu.php I've been getting it specifically when the vCore is too far from the target, but have been getting 0x101 when it was closer.

My observation with stop code 124 was that I needed to increase vcore to get past large fft tests in prime95, but it definitely does relate to qpi too. solved STOP 0x124 BSOD? setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 13:05 #26 wazza300 Caporegime Joined: Jul 2009 Location: BenefitStreetBirmingham Posts: 26,775 124 error is cpu voltage Reviewed by boostinsteve So far this laptop has been a dream.

I know for a fact my RAM works fine on XMP profile, so I'll just have to play with my CPU. Need to play a few more games to see if i can replicate the problem. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Overclocking & Tweaking Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums ROG Discussion General Discussion Overclocking & Tweaking Competitive Overclocking