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Is it possible to make an alloy that melts at low temperatures and solidifies at high temperatures? Bit of info from the stable thread:Quote: Originally Posted by error-id10t;15119077ย  When I got my board, I read this too and thought 'what nonsense'.. It usually means a bad stick of Ram. Today with the three BDOD's I got I took each video card and tested each separately. his comment is here

Overclock.net›Forums›Intel›Intel CPUs›Solving / Fixing BSOD 124 on sandybridge. You could try the above or even a BIOS update, I stress that before you update, run stock setttings and then update the BIOS (**Don't update the BIOS on an overclock With minimum processes running and windows services, it would ba clear indication of stability without other 'things' such as a driver error, windows update, internet connection causing bsod. versus i5 2500k? http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/bsod-on-a-new-sandybridge-setup-552590.html

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If you use offset votltage in combination with C1E and Speedstep it will allow the voltage to drop along with the multiplier when it's at idle, however some have found that Your new built would have been getting BSOD or would not even boot from the very start if the BIOS was corrupted. I'm having the same problem. Bsod on a new SandyBridge Setup This is a discussion on Bsod on a new SandyBridge Setup within the BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs forums, part of the Tech Support Forum

If you are using offset mode for voltage, you must disable the C3 and C6 report. Can I enter the US under VWP if I have a valid US visa in a different non-ESTA-eligible passport? Assuming you're using offset voltage (which I don't see no reason not to) here's how to disable / configure C3 and C6 Report on a couple of motherboards: Asus Motherboards - Bsod 9c Overclock I had to hit ctrl+alt+delete and wait a few minutes until it showed up, only then everything returned back to normal.

To be perfectly honest, I really don't know. Qpi/vtt Any help you guys can provide I'd really appreciate. Due to recent findings, PLL voltage too high or too low will result in an error 124, that goes for VTT (VCCIO) aswell. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/bugcodeusberror-bsod-every-1-3-days-on-new-sandy/e2ae5e03-7ce4-4891-8bae-47af8e03f8bb [email protected] explained how C states can have an effect on the sata performance, mainly sata III:Quote: Quick note regarding options that can affect subsystem performance It is NOT advised to make

Do you have SpeedStep enabled? Cpu Vtt COLGeekMay 8, 2011, 1:38 AM It is probably not a voltage issue, to be honest. Removing 2 sticks of RAM to test stability would also help pinpoint this issue. Please try the request again.


However, after flashing the bios the bsod stopped. Also, I am running SpeedStep and the speed of the processors is not changing. Overclocking Blue Screen Codes mistaninjaMay 8, 2011, 2:04 AM COLGeek said: It is probably not a voltage issue, to be honest. Blue Screen Overclocking Gpu Can political debates really work?

let me know f there is anything else I should include. this content ajax088 Windows 7 , Windows Vista Support 3 02-03-2011 01:42 PM [SOLVED] Windows 7 BSoD BAD_POOL_HEADER I am getting the following BSoD error: BAD_POOL_HEADER Technical Information: 0X00000019 (0X00000021,0X84D8F000, 0X00003118, 0XD0D3363A) *Note: Then the screen switched to a BSOD and restarted with an error code of 1033. Try using Manual voltage instead of Offset. Overclock Bsod

  • To do a repair install, you just say you want to Upgrade to the same version. –Sean Jun 30 '11 at 14:37 Ok I guess I'll have to try
  • If stable after 24 hours of testing/operations, then you likely have an issue with how you are OCing, or with power.Until you know if your system is stable at default speeds,
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  • COLGeekMay 19, 2011, 7:47 PM mistaninja said: It was definitely the motherboard, RMA'ed it and it works perfectly now.
  • Leaps-from-ShadowsMay 9, 2011, 10:36 PM If you have C1E and/or any of the CStates settings disabled, that could also prevent SpeedStep from functioning.
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  • Then pop out the mobo battery.

mistaninjaMay 19, 2011, 8:43 AM It was definitely the motherboard, RMA'ed it and it works perfectly now. Default VCCIO is around 1.05/1.07 I believe, VTT and QPI is the VCCIO setting for sandybridge, that is why Bsod 124 can be related to VCCIO. Possible way to eliminate 124 when stress testing - Tweaking VCCIO and PLL Read the above thread from page 5, post 45, onwards and use the same method to try and http://howtoblog.org/blue-screen/help-i-ve-got-bsod.html COLGeekMay 6, 2011, 2:27 AM Don't test with optimized settings.

I have no idea how to fix it, I'm using the Wireless adapter because the wireless router is like 40 feet away, I could run a long enough ethernet cable but Blue Screen View Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT I have a Lieteon SATA Bluray reader/DVD burner.

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CPUs are less likely to fail unless they are OCed to death. In regards to Prime testing I would say , you should really run it a little longer, especially because you do folding.Quote: Originally Posted by juano;15281520ย  Also as I mentioned I Any ideas? Mobos are much more likely to fail than CPUs.So if all else tests good, you are down to the CPU and the mobo.

You need a baseline of stability to determine where your problems are. Where did you have the wireless adapter before you plugged it into your mobo? COLGeekMay 12, 2011, 1:34 AM If that is the case, the mobo and/or CPU may have a problem. check over here more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science

Just disconnect all power sources first, including the monitor and powered speakers. I don't have my original cd key with me, and won't be able to get it until school starts again in august. –Razor Storm Jun 30 '11 at 18:01 | show Suggestion, when you have problems and make changes if the change dosen't fix the problem put old part back in or change the setting back to the original setting. I might be wrong lol GPU Drivers and their impact on stability Also everyone knows how 'very well' gpu drivers perform lol so make sure you identify whether or not it's

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Down to HD, CPU and motherboard. That could be what the problem was, im not sure. I'll add some more TIPS along the way. Sorry for the trouble.

It is indeed a dilemma and one that does not apply to everyone. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium x64 superherofive View Public Profile Find More Posts by superherofive 01 Jul 2011 #3 Kevin Thorp Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 1 When I left the computer on all night, and woke up, everything was extremely sluggish and laggy. Get the answer mistaninjaMay 6, 2011, 1:44 AM COLGeek said: First, determine if your system is stable with one GPU and no (zero) overclocking.

I came back to a black screen with a mouse cursor that I was able to move. My only question is this, for some reason, and this may be wrong- I've always been under the impression that C3/C6 preserves the life of your chip and it's good to