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so,I've been trying to OC my AMD 1055t to 3.92ghz and i ran prime time for an hour and half and ive been getting BSOD with 0x0d1 code!

does anyone know what 0x0d1 code stands for?

heres my specs

NB: 1986
HT:1986
vCore: 1.471
vNB: 1.32
RAM: 1525 - timings on 9 9 9 27 36
Bus: 280
Multi: x14
NB voltage: 1.3
HT voltage 1.25
VDDA: 2.8

Max Core temp : 61 (under prime95)

what do you think i should change here?
Edited by Kamycrs - 2/20/12 at 6:34pm
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Try lowering or raising cpu/nb voltage,allso try raising memory voltage to 1.65.
BSOD D1. Which I think is IMC/ memory related. So looking through some threads about your same bsod on amd systems they seem to have fixed it upping the ram voltage and the vcore.

0x101 = increase vcore
0x124 = increase/decrease vcore or QPI/VTT...have to test to see which one it is
0x0A = unstable RAM/IMC, increase QPI first, if that doesn't work increase vcore
0x1E = increase vcore
0x3B = increase vcore
0xD1 = QPI/VTT, increase/decrease as necessary<-- your bsod code
0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances
0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency or uncore multi unstable, increase RAM voltage or adjust QPI/VTT, or lower uncore if you're higher than 2x
0x116 = Low IOH (NB) voltage, GPU issue (most common when running multi-GPU/overclocking GPU)
0x00000109 = Not enough or too Much memory voltage
0x7E = System Drivers issue
0x24 = Disk corruption (Did you OC the PCI-E bus?)

Them are the only bsod codes i know
Edited by solar0987 - 2/20/12 at 7:19pm
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Try lowering or raising nb voltage,allso try raising memory voltage to 1.65.
BSOD D1. Which I think is IMC/ memory related.

0xD1 = QPI/VTT, increase/decrease as necessary<-- your bsod code

thanks for your response solar! what is Qpi? or VTT? i dont have those options under my bios?
post #4 of 23
I edited my post above biggrin.gif reread thumb.gif
Short put put vcore at 1.49 and dram voltage at 1.65 and cpu/nb at 1.35 try that.
One more question do you have llc set and to what, what is vcore under load?
Edited by solar0987 - 2/20/12 at 7:20pm
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I edited my post above biggrin.gif reread thumb.gif
Short put put vcore at 1.49 and dram voltage at 1.65 and cpu/nb at 1.35 try that.
One more question do you have llc set and to what, what is vcore under load?

i will try those settings in a bit!

i enabled both LLC for nb and cpu ! and my vCore under load goes up to 1.56 in cpuz!.... i checked my rams before and they are fine as well!...
post #6 of 23
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I assume when i raised cpu nb and nb voltage i crashed faster
After that i tried your settings and this time bsod code was 0x0fe....

What it could be?
post #7 of 23
Your RAM most likely is holding you back. Also you should leave VDDA at stock (2.5v) - it will not help your vdroop any for the most part.
    
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Do you think loweing ram freq will help?
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Your RAM most likely is holding you back. Also you should leave VDDA at stock (2.5v) - it will not help your vdroop any for the most part.

thanks ganja! i think that is the problem too! i actually thought Vdda kinda helped me to get more stable a little bit!... not 100% sure thou!.... so now i lowered the ram freq at 1144mhz instead of 1525mhz! do you think that will help? or it wont matter if i keep it high?
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Your RAM most likely is holding you back. Also you should leave VDDA at stock (2.5v) - it will not help your vdroop any for the most part.

thanks ganja! i think that is the problem too! i actually thought Vdda kinda helped me to get more stable a little bit!... not 100% sure thou!.... so now i lowered the ram freq at 1144mhz instead of 1525mhz! do you think that will help? or it wont matter if i keep it high?

It might depend on the individual kit but OCZ Gold isn't great for clocking. You'd be better off buying lower-voltage DDR3 1866 kits for something like a 1055T. 1600 will do fine but if the kit you're using is rated as 533/666 kits but is known to run stable at 800 (thus being sold as DDR3 / PC3-12800) you might encounter problems because of the divider.
    
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