Originally Posted by Nebster
So what do I do? I mainly get it while playing games or surfing sometimes.
I would suspect your OC is not stable, or even possible that the CPU (one of its cores) is possibly running too hot.. The 0x101 BSOD has to do with clock interupts between the different cores on your CPU. It typically indicates one (or more) of the physical cores shutting down and not responding as it should to clock requests.
CPU/Core Temps? Have you checked reciently? Try reducing your OC and see if you become more stable. I don't think you initially want to bump voltage as I suspect that your problem already has to do with temperatures. if you are running within proper temps, only then can you think about increasing Vcore.Edited by xandypx - 12/16/11 at 7:20am