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Test with Memtest or whatever you prefer. When overclocking bclk, many boards have PCIe slot connected to SB. Get that review out! From what I just Googled it usually means a bad stick of Ram. Source

First try was with DDR2133 and failed in 53 sec. Currently, there are 2506 Active Users (511 Members and 1995 Guests) Recent Discussions › [VideoCardz] AMD Ryzen 1 minute ago › [PCGamesN] You can't play Onward if you are under 5'6", I guess I will have to tinker when it arrives and see what she is capable of Jun 21, 2013 at 7:17 PM #238 cadaveca My name is Dave Joined: 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 http://www.overclock.net/t/915075/bsod-101-more-vcore-only

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http://www.overclock.net/t/1201993/my-take-on-load-line-calibration-llc-and-stability-bsod-0x124-0x101 Mechanize (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi5 2500k 4.8ghz 1.42vAsus P8P67 PROGTX 680 1215/7000G.Skill ripjaws 8gb 1600mhzHard DriveCoolingOSMonitorVertex 2 120gb, WD640 Caviar Black, WD Caviar G...XSPC Rasa, RX360 Rad, XSPX Averaging 95c with peaks at 100c. Jun 21, 2013 at 2:57 PM #227 TheHunter Joined: Apr 10, 2012 Messages: 1,335 (0.78/day) Thanks Received: 643 Location: 78°55' N, 11°56' E System Specs System Name: -aLiEn beaTs- Processor: Intel

More resources See also solved Intel i5 2500k stuck at 4.5ghz solved Will my i5 2500k @ 4.5ghz bottleneck 2 290s in Xfire? I tried raising Input Voltage from 1.85V to 1.95V. I only had to increase the Core Ratio and Vcore. Can Overclocking Cause Bsod Use it.

If it is not offered by your board, then don't bother with bclk, as increasing it seems to lower max CPU speed, to the point that I am way under stock, Qpi/vtt Jun 21, 2013 at 8:50 PM #242 HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member Joined: Mar 2, 2009 Messages: 7,176 (2.52/day) Thanks Received: 4,406 Location: Up North System Specs System Name: Cruncher by KipH View: More Reviews New Articles › Windows 10 Tweaks › Analyzing the Source Code of UEFI for Intel... › Overclock.net Counter Strike: Global... › DIY: How to do a Dropouts with rounding errors of individual cores could be due to an incorrect VDimming voltage.

for giving me the... Cpu Vtt I'm thinking since I was trying high voltages on the core/ring and still getting BSODs that it must be one of the "minor" voltages that isn't enough. Club Forum > Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! After the crash, however, I was able to run a blend test in prime95 for an hour with no errors.


You may also want to give this other article I wrote a read if you are wondering how to disable auto restart after a BSOD. Not sure what your OC settings are or if you have speedstep/c1e enabled or if your using manual/offset voltage or anything ^ but that is what I did to fix my Overclocking Bsod Codes Probably just your OC settings. Bsod 9c Overclock I will edit as the experts suggest.

You can keep your multiplier at 43x for now. http://easywebvideosoftware.com/blue-screen/bsod-0a-overclock.php I also did buy the Intel protection plan. I set the BCLK to 100, and am running Prime95. BIOSes for the OC boards that have this issue should be updated soon, I think. Blue Screen After Overclocking Cpu

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. I'm using DDR3-2400 sticks but they are at their rated XMP values. Thanks for that. Sephiroth II (15 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphicsIntel Core i7-4790K Haswell 4.0GHzASUS Maximus VII GeneEVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti SC 6GBEVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti SC 6GBRAMHard DriveCoolingOSCorsair http://easywebvideosoftware.com/blue-screen/bsod-101-overclock.php Just got D1 and it was definitely more Vcore.

Could it be related to some specific setting in the motherboard? Vtt Voltage increase vccsa and vccdio and vccaio in similar ratio. Until I increased the Vcore to around 1.28V, I got BSOD 124 or WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR, which sounded like the Vcore was lacking at that time.

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Jun 21, 2013 at 9:32 PM #243 Womper Joined: Jun 10, 2013 Messages: 95 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 45 System Specs System Name: Molten Haswell Silicon Processor: 4770k @ 4.7GHz 1.265v - Currently it is at 1.3. if over 90c, voltage is too high, downclock. Blue Screen View And also....does the failure of a small FFTs test combined with two 124 stop codes indicate a faulty CPU cache?

Spoiler View attachment 51459 Spoiler View attachment 51460 Click to expand... Hi guys, Finally I managed to get my 4790K stable at 4.6GHz with 1.26V. And kschat, yeah thats full load temps with a lapped TRUE. Check This Out What are your settings at?

I got the stop code 124 again. Or could I possibly increase the vcore to 1.315, and reach stability? Hello, welcome to ASUS Republic of Gamers Official Forum.Please note you may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

I plan to stay with 4.4GHz for 24/7 operation as it is real stable and the temps stay within a good range (low 60's to high 50's) while crunching.Click to expand... If I continue to get BSODs, then I'll up the vcore to 1.32. Note: If you are a registered ASUS Member already, please use your ASUS Member's ID (Email) and password to proceed the login. Subscribe Search This Thread « Previous12Next » Start a New Thread post #1 of 12 1/14/11 at 3:01pm Thread Starter Racersnare21 4.0 GHz Joined: Jun 2010 Location: Kentucky

Jun 22, 2013 at 3:38 AM #247 DOM Joined: May 30, 2006 Messages: 7,562 (1.96/day) Thanks Received: 829 Location: TX, USA Fail sauce today on ln2 glad I don't own a I left my SA, DIO, and AIO on auto too. Quote: Originally Posted by Racersnare21 Keep in mind it is a C0 chip, and they have been proven to need more voltage than a D0. And I'll be a little pissed if this $200 motherboard doesn't have a cache voltage sensor or who knows what else.

If you get a BSOD, try bumping your vcore up one notch from what it is now. I will be taking a look at the Cooler Master MasterBox 5T case. Picked up another chip. Dark Base Pro 900 Reviewed by Duality92 Overclock.net nation, I know I just made a case review yesterday, but I need to make a second one and there are quite a

You may want to try setting VCCSA and VCCDIO and VCCAIO all to 1.2 V, and then lower CPU voltage, if getting 0x101 and 0x124 BSOD's.Click to expand... Im sure it would higher if I had HT on. Normal boards should nto recveive the same attention to BIOS tweaking by board makers. You might try raising your Ram voltage.

Gigabyte EX58A-UD3R F6 : i7 920 D0 4.4GHz 1.4v : 4Gb G.Skill ECO 6-8-6-24 1.54v Apogee XT & MCW30 : XSPC Dual 750 w/DDC+18W : RX120 & RX240 : Tygon tubing sneekypeet says thanks. You'll have to accommodate your voltage when changing from Ultra High to High, but the only difference will be a higher voltage when idling.