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I setup a new computer with an Asus P8P67 EVO motherboard and a 2600K sandy bridge CPU and have been getting BSODS randomly. As far as I can tell it's either a hardware issue or a voltage issue. I thought it may be something with the "auto overclock" feature my motherboard comes with, so I cleared my CMOS and went into bios and loaded the optimal settings.

I ran MEMTEST last night for 6 hours with 3 passes and no memory errors, so I'm going to rull that out. My CPU/Motherboard/SSD are new. I've used my video cards in my previous setup and didn't have any problems. Today with the three BDOD's I got I took each video card and tested each separately. The likeliness that both video cards are trash are low, so I will rule that out. My PSU was tested in my old computer, and it ran perfectly fine for 3 weeks I had it before setting this one up.

Computer Specs:
Intel 2600k
Asus P8P67 evo rev 3
16 G SKill DDR3
2x 460 SLI
C300 256 GB SSD (Latest firmware)
XFX 850W PSU

The following is the BSOD I get:
*** STOP: 0x00000124
Physical memory dump failed with status 0xC000009C.



My thoughts are that it could either be the motherboard, the CPU, the SSD hd or the configuration of AI SUITE. Any help would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 3
Haven't you already posted a thread on this? Maybe I'm thinking of a different person.

But, that bsod code either means you need to add more vcore, which it probably isn't, or you need to add more vtt voltage, basically memory controller voltage, because you are using a pretty large amount of ram, and it puts more stress on the memory controller.
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Yes, I was told to a number of things - none of the suggestions resolved it so I made this thread. I increased the voltage of my ram to 1.55v, but I just got a BSOD so it didn't solve anything.
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C300 256 GB SSD 850W PSU 
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