Thanks for the help. Windows runs fine and I can play games no problem. Reply With Quote 02-13-2011,12:29 PM #20 pazza316 View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Enthusiast Join Date Aug 2004 Location Huddersfield UK Posts 500 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Cheers Raising Reply With Quote 02-13-2011,05:33 AM #17 ginfest View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2003 Posts 28 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Thanks, nice bit of info navigate here
Hopefully it's not too bad. Antec 300Two + i7-3770K + Gigabyte Z77-D3H + 16GB 1866MHz + GTX970 + SeaSonic S12II 520W + 180GB Intel 330 + 240GB Intel 530CM Elite 120 + i5-3550 + Gigabyte H77N-WIFI You need to test with Memtest or whatever you prefer. Cybert said: Capitlization and periods are hard for you, aren't they?
I believe replacing the CPU may probably solve your issue. Reseat all connectors and memory modules. I will edit as the experts suggest.
I am running Prime95 in blend mode and it's crashing after not even 5 minutes. It usually means a bad stick of Ram. If memtest were to write over these areas the state of the processor becomes invalid and it's behaviour unpredictable. I'm using fixed voltage and for some reason when I manually overclock I lose the LLC option on Asrock P67 Pro3.
To get to 4.4GHz I need to set the voltage to 1.25 and for 4.5GHz >1.27. Qpi/vtt My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion e9110t OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit CPU Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9550 @ 2.83GHz Motherboard Pegatron IPIEL-LA3 Memory 6.00 GB Hundai They use this design principle for all of their products. Here is some example : Used Athlone II x4 -http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-Athlon-II-X4-640-3-GHz-Quad-Core-ADX640WFGMBOX-Processor-/181243167026?pt=CPUs&hash=item2a32ef4132 Used Phenom II x 4 -http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-Phenom-II-x4-945-3-0-GHz-Quad-Core-CPU-HDX945WFK4DGM-/291000953487 You will find more by simply searching in ebay.com.
Try setting your cache voltage to 1.150v. Owning a Vertex2 I can say that enabling C3 and C6 will slow it down (4k writes especially) and though the M4s on my current build are not affected to the One of the things I did early on was reverse the OCing, but the issues continued. It went in nicely, booted up and appeared to be running smoothly for a few hours.
I'm usually able to get it stable via trial and error along with stress testing, but this is a wonderful time saver. Posts: 10,805 Rep: 910 (Unique: 599) Reviews: 12 Trader Rating: 8 Select All Posts By This User BSOD 124 / Freezing / Lock Up's etc.... Overclocking Bsod Codes I was unable to find one when searching my system. Bsod 124 This has been a random, rare issue for quite a while.
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 check over here 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 My 4770k requires 1.235v vCore and 1.150v vCache to be stable at 4.3ghz. With that description, probably it's related to your RAM/IMC, but some of these early BIOSes, a buggy one, can act that way too.
With the launch of the Titan X, GTX 1080, 1070, 1060, and now 1050 Nvidia is surrounding every budget... certainly sounds like your PLL voltage is quite high, that could be the culprit. it looks alive (17 items) Sandy Transformed (69 photos) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi5 2500K [5ghz 1.44v Sep 15, 2013 #1 jarablue Gawd Messages: 676 Joined: May 31, 2003 Trying to oc my 4770k on a Asus Z87-A board with 16gigs of Crucial Ballistix Sport memory. http://cpresourcesllc.com/stop-error/stop-error-101.php And this occurs when i bump my thubanx6 over 4ghz..now, the rub will be the memory may pass memtest...
I like how the 0x124 was different for Sandy Bridge. Please read the FAQ regarding signature sizes Nickolp1974 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Nickolp1974 13th Oct 2013, 09:52 #3 StonedPenguin Mobster Joined: Apr 2011 Location: Nottingham Played a few rounds earlier with just the cpu clocked, cache and ram at default settings.
I've never had these issues before. Do you have any recommendation on a voltage meter to test the PSU? If the CPU is stable in everyday use, what's the point is running stability test with unreasistic load? If possible get yourself a spare HDD and load up windows and run all your stress testing on that.
Contact Us - Overclockers UK - Top Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. © Overclockers UK (Ocuk Ltd) but what you need is prime95 and the mixed mode test to verify. (mixed mode for ram and cpu test). Everything else is set to default.What could be causing the stop 124 errors? http://cpresourcesllc.com/stop-error/stop-error-7e-pci-sys.php So enter BIOS setup and load default values to revert any possible voltage tweaks.
I suspect your gaming sessions last more than a few minutes, yes? It's a lot to cover but try to give it a once over to see if you can spot anything weird.