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BSOD: STOP 124, locale 2057 solved Error 124 blue screen keeps happening idk what to do. Win 7 64 Bit Sp1 ASUS R4E 3690x 5.125 24/7 0901 or 0083b 32GB G.Skill Ripjawz 2133mhz cas 9 or 2333mhz cas 10 or 16gb 2400mhz cas 9 580 GTX Tri To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. For example, if you’re constantly getting RAM/memory related BSODs, we would suggest testing your RAM through Memtest86+ and Prime95, both of which will determine if you’ve actually got faulty hardware (or
Please read the FAQ regarding signature sizes Last edited by Nickolp1974; 8th Jan 2014 at 22:20. Best answer 4Ryan6Sep 15, 2013, 4:39 PM NickyB said: 1.200 is to low for 4200mhz? Quote: Some memory problems diagnosed may be due not to faulty memory, but to memory being run at a higher speed than it is capable of. Content continues below Another good way to work out the cause of your BSOD is to look within Event Viewer which can be found by searching for it within the Windows
created by [email protected] community for 6 yearsmessage the [email protected]@3.84GHz 1.45v [email protected] M4A89GTDPRObuildzoidi7 [email protected] 3 way Fury [email protected] 1.235v Corsair Vengeance 8Gb @ 1600mhzpsikeiro5930k, 980Ti SC+, 32gb 2133mhz C13Arthmost3570k 4800MHz 1.29V Air | GTX 770 If it were vcore I'd think LinX or IBT would fail. Highest temperature in one core was 89°C almost at the end for 14 minutes,nothing red this time, according to HWiNFO64.
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Comments Microsoft is better known for its operating system Windows, but if you've ever asked a Windows users if they've had any problems with their PC, they'll probably tell you about If problems still persist, running Memtest wouldn't be a bad idea. Use Aida64 instead,2. 124 means that you vcore is too low.3. Bsod Codes i7-2600k @ 4.8Ghz 1.38v L044A892 ASUS P8P67 LGA 16GB G.Skill Rip Jaws DDR3 1600Mhz Memory 1/2" ID Masterkleer, Swiftech MCP-655, Thermochill PA120.3 Rad, XSPC Rasa, MCW-60 Cooler Master UCP 1100 Watt
But I pass 10 passes of IBT, 20 passes of LinX and it crashes while surfing or idle. Blue Screen After Overclocking Cpu Quote: Originally Posted by 8 Pack 124 Devils Canyon too high or low VCCIN tune accordingly. Does not even boot at 4.6GHz In any case, if your system is stable while gaming and working with the usual software, there is no need to increase the voltage. Very fast dropouts of multiple cores with rounding errors are almost always due to the SysAgent voltage, though keep in mind that the VTT has also a part in it.
This was probably caused by the following module: dxgkrnl.sys (dxgkrnl!DxgkUnreferenceDxgResource+0x14F97) Bugcheck code: 0x3B (0xC0000005, 0xFFFFF8007C4A0C39, 0xFFFFD000305CDAF0, 0x0) Error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION file path: C:\Windows\system32\drivers\dxgkrnl.sys product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System company: Microsoft Corporation description: Bsod 124 It usually means a bad stick of Ram. Feb 11, 2012 at 9:04 PM #18 Dolph New Member Joined: Feb 8, 2012 Messages: 114 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 11 Awesome List, Subscribed. Dropouts with rounding errors of individual cores could be due to an incorrect VDimming voltage.
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No, create an account now. Finally, a very simple another simple check is to ensure that your boot priority is correct within your BIOS. Qpi/vtt A 0x124 blue screen tells you to increase the core voltage of the CPU for the next Prime run. Cpu Vtt Intel Core i5 2500K (L041A789) 5 [email protected] - 8GB Teamgroup Elite [email protected] - Radeon [email protected] - Asrock P67 Extreme4 (1.50) - Scythe Stronger Plugin 500W Intel Xeon E3110, [email protected][email protected] - 4GB
Reply With Quote 02-11-2011,12:03 AM #9 Cy4n1d3 View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Member Join Date Dec 2007 Posts 100 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Great one, thanks 124 on On i7 32nm SB, usually means too little vCore. And when I ran Prime95, Prime95 usually gave an error within roughly 45 minutes. I kept the CPU SVID Support on auto. Vtt Voltage
The format of the BSOD has slightly changed with the introduction of Windows 8 and 10, where instead of getting a deep blue screen, you will get a smiley face and Reply With Quote 02-12-2011,08:48 AM #15 nijel View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Member Join Date Feb 2008 Posts 175 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Let's make this more confusing... Read next: How to overclock a CPU. snips86x View Public Profile Visit snips86x's homepage!
This is currently for Intel i7 systems, but I would like for everyone to help me set it up for other systems as well. Blue Screen View Quote: Which memory is tested? It may occur that the setting that was functioning at a low clock will be completely different at a higher clock.
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I am not doing a crazy overclock here. Last edited by Sam_oslo; 02-19-2011 at 05:17 PM. ► ASUS P8P67 Deluxe (BIOS 1305) ► 2600K @4.5GHz 1.27v , 1 hour Prime ► Silver Arrow , push/pull ► 2x2GB Crucial 1066MHz madtoady View Public Profile Find More Posts by madtoady 27th Feb 2013, 15:43 #10 TwsT OcUK Staff Joined: Feb 2011 Location: OcUK HQ Posts: 6,944 Not sure why from what i can tell it is a memory dump write failure or bad sectors but I may be wrong too.
This made me give up overclocking and thus, never overclocked in 2003. In this guide we will aim to cover a few of the most common BSOD codes and a very rough guide on how to solve it. The BSOD can also spring to life when there’s a problem within the critical Windows files and a corrupt registry will create problems for Windows. Im finding the rog bench to be a pretty good real use stress test.
The CPU fans are at maximum automatically but the PSU fan is fixed to 50%. First dropping the memory and increasing cpu speed and getting that stable first, then playing with the memory freq... 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 Don't run Prime95 with Haswell CPUs.
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 The actual voltage fluctuates from 1.36v to 1.376v. Pure Rock by Dan-H › Thermaltake Poseidon Z RGB keyboard by Jedson3614 › AMD Athlon X4 845 and Near-Silent 95W AMD Thermal Solution... With those quotes of information provided, now lets see if we can determine the problem?Please list the exact specifications of the Crucial memory modules you are running, brand, model #, timings,
Reply With Quote 09-30-201601:22 AM #10 Nate152 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Moderator Array Nate152 PC SpecsNate152 PC SpecsMotherboardROG Maximus VIII FormulaProcessori7-6700kMemory (part number)Kingston HyperX Predator 16GB 2400MHzGraphics Card We don’t see it often now, with a lot of these programs being compatible and fully updated automatically, but would suggest looking around for software or ensuring your current program is very nice! Find More Posts by humbug 27th Feb 2013, 14:36 #9 madtoady Hitman Joined: Feb 2006 Location: Kent Posts: 768 Vote for sticky!