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Originally Posted by candyroxi View Post

Its true that 0x124 can be caused by VTT/QPI, but actually 0x124 is the way Windows tell: "My body is sick and I dont know what or why." Its a generic hardware error message.
http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-lockup-debug-how/35349-stop-0x124-what-means-what-try.html
Thats why I am really curious. Too many reason for this message show up. Too bad Toshiba dont have a live contact agent so the problem would be solved in a blink >.>.
//I dont quite see the point why it will accept i5 2450 but not i7 2620, since they are similar in almost all aspect except clock rating and cache size. Their TDP are the same, and HM65 chipset should be able to deliver them all. The 2410m, on the other hand, is different and identical to i3's since their max graphics frequency is 1.1Ghz, the two we are referring are 1.3 Ghz.


The i7's are binned higher and more powerful per clock than the i5 line. The 2620M is the first i7 dual core with the 2640M being the revised model with a little better power management, allowing for higher clocks. The i5 2450M has the same voltage requirements as the 2410M. It's just binned better and happens to be one of those chips that can do better clock speeds at the same voltage.

In other words,

The i7 line requires higher voltages than all of the i5s. This is enough to cause problems even if the voltage is a .05v increase.
     
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The i7's are binned higher and more powerful per clock than the i5 line. The 2620M is the first i7 dual core with the 2640M being the revised model with a little better power management, allowing for higher clocks. The i5 2450M has the same voltage requirements as the 2410M. It's just binned better and happens to be one of those chips that can do better clock speeds at the same voltage.
In other words,
The i7 line requires higher voltages than all of the i5s. This is enough to cause problems even if the voltage is a .05v increase.

Wow I didnt know that. Thanks for the info. But isnt all of them has the same TDP? Is it practically mean that in worst case scenario all will draw the same amount of voltage? Sorry if thats a stupid question, I dont know much about electricity lol.
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You did try the old
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Open device manager and uninstall the cpu,then reboot trick right?
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You did try the old

No I didnt. But I tried installing a whole new OS though biggrin.gif
Hmm I better go with i5 2450 since they're quite cheap now on eBay. Thanks everyone for suggestions thumb.gif
post #15 of 16
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Wow I didnt know that. Thanks for the info. But isnt all of them has the same TDP? Is it practically mean that in worst case scenario all will draw the same amount of voltage? Sorry if thats a stupid question, I dont know much about electricity lol.

It comes down to where the voltage is sent to on the chip itself. The voltage might be the same, but even something as small as a change in where it's sent can cause problems if the board is only built for a certain and finite number of processors. I.E. If someone is going to make a budget laptop line with ONLY Core i3 CPUs, why bother have it support the i5 if you have zero intentions of adding an i5?

Easy way to reduce costs and the like.
     
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Turns out the heat sensor of that ES was bugged. I inserted an oem version of that chips, it ran just fine, except at full load it can easily hit 90* in a few mins. Maybe the malfunctioned thermal sensor made overheating cannot be recognized.
Thanks all for your help smile.gif
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