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I have my 2500k sitting at 4.5Ghz @ 1.24v. I thought it was stable but I received a 0x124 error today, so I decided that I was going to up my voltage just a touch in order to get more stability (even though this system has folded for 3 straight days on the SMP client and not had any issues). But, I went to check the BIOS and the board is set to use 1.27v. What gives? I currently have an MSI P67A-GD65

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2066834
Did you try enabling Internal PLL? Also you need to increase the max TDP, I don't know what you call it on your mobo but it should be in the power (watts) section.
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Well then you need to update your BIOS. The pic I uploaded shows the setting on high vdroop. What BIOS version are you running?
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Did you try enabling Internal PLL? Also you need to increase the max TDP, I don't know what you call it on your mobo but it should be in the power (watts) section.
Internal PLL is enabled. Don't see a power section anywhere though.
 
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