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Windows 7: Bsod after small oc 0x124 22 Oct 2013 #1 mariorules Windows 7 64bit 4 posts Bsod after small oc 0x124 Hello. Forgot your password? about your BSOD problem, i had a same problem once. Disable CPU spread spectrum sir.

  1. Reply With Quote 12-23-11,08:56 AM #8 EarthDog View Profile View Forum Posts MutteratorOverclockers.com Editor Join Date Dec 2008 Location Cbus Ohio That is a voltage error I believe...
  2. Should that be the case, you should simply reset one of the voltage regulators, hoping for a blue screen which will lead you to the cause of the crash.
  3. Have you also tried the asus benchmark tool http://rog.asus.com/241042013/overcl...-download-now/ just done all the tests and max temps for me 79c thats with voltage spikes upto 1.45v Please read the FAQ regarding
  4. BSOD Help and Support Bsod 0x124 please helpI keep getting Bsods Error code 0x124 Mostly when playing Gta san andreas or Rayman Origins I haveWindows 7 ultimate x86 BSOD Help and
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  7. solved Home Built - BSOD 0x124 Crash Frustration solved Win7 64bit BSOD 0x124 solved BSOD 0x124 When Performing CPU Intensive Tasks.

Which has been running fine in bf3 which i also play quite a lot. If you'd like, I can go apply the OC back to 4.6GHz, then take a screenshot of CPU-Z to show you what settings everything is set at. Appreciate any advice/help. I've included the analysis of the dump and a screenshot of the suspected drivers that it seemed to complain about below.

If it were vcore I'd think LinX or IBT would fail. Prime95 checks the overclocked CPU's stability. Incresed FSB only to 210 ( from 200 ). http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?266589-The-OverClockers-BSOD-code-list here is the guide in intel cores overclocking..

solved STOP 0x124 BSOD? If temperature allows you can safely take it to 1.52 volts and beyond. Unlike many other testing tools, Prime95 has a big advantage: you can selectively explore all important and secondary voltages. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

and have put 1.72 volts through it for 4.9 Ghz. 1.4 volts will not kill your chip just keep an eye on the temperatures. http://www.overclock.net/t/1283426/bsod-0x00000124 Need to play a few more games to see if i can replicate the problem. Reply With Quote 12-25-11,02:48 PM #11 RJARRRPCGP View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date May 2004 Location USA (Bellows Falls, Vermont) Probably unstable core. Reviewed by WilliamGayde Introduction It seems like everyone and their brother has an RGB mechanical keyboard on the market nowadays.

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With it simply raising vcore a bit would help. 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 Im gonna try the system with just the cpu oc in place, default settings on cache and ram, as theese are oc'd as well. his comment is here all i'm trying to say is i wouldn't keep adding voltage for a game in the beta stage.

As far as the problem you mentioned (too little vcore), should I go follow the aforementioned guide that Raident30 posted, or just go slowly tweak the vcore up, and then run I hope you guys can help me out. For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: BSOD

You could also try lowering Offset a bit and using LLC4 instead of 5.

UEFI settings For our tests we used a ASUS Rampage V Extreme which is also used by ambitious overclockers. 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. All rights reserved. My ram is samsung green, it has no xmp profile.

i've currently returned my bios to defaults and just changed the multi to 44 and set core volts to manual going ok at the mo, given up trying to OC my If that doesn't work. setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 12:34 #17 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 probably like you setter, weblink On i7 32nm SB, usually means too little vCore.

And it mentioned failed. Run sfc /scannow and chkdsk /r BSOD Codes for SandyBridge 0x124 = add/remove vcore or QPI/VTT voltage (usually Vcore, once it was QPI/VTT) 0x101 = add more vcore 0x50 = RAM I'm guessing it's not enough vcore. 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.

Ill be happy enough with those if i can get them to run ok. I am only repeating the info that I got here and at OCN. Spoiler: System bsods anything from 2 - 20 mins in game, buzzing noise followed by bsod. smsmasters View Public Profile Visit smsmasters's homepage!

Reply With Quote 12-23-11,08:36 AM #4 raident30 View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Sep 2011 Location Las Pinas, Philippines Originally Posted by Plazzed When I had it overclocked, I Take a look at some of the most common BSOD codes: http://www.overclock.net/a/common-bsod-error-code-list-for-overclocking. But I pass 10 passes of IBT, 20 passes of LinX and it crashes while surfing or idle. Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Rules & Guidelines Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online Reviews News

Main Rig Gigabyte z78x-OC Bios F5n i7-4770k batch L310B492 Malay @ 4.5ghz with HT 1.2v Samsung Green 8GB 2x4GB MV-3V4G3D/US DDR3 1.3v 30nn HiS ATI HD 6950 Corsair Force GT 120 Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Also experiencing several other BSOD codes as well. If the Prime95 process crashes or just closes, then this is often due to the input voltage and/or the System Agent voltage in connection with the VTT (often it is too

Can pass IBT and LinX, but sitting at the desktop idle will crash to 124.