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Hi,

My first bsod was about a month ago. The second bsod was 2 days ago. I just got another bsod today. This all started a little bit after I put my 2tb hard drives in raid 1. I have read that this 0x0124 bsod could be some hardware issue. I have tested the ram and have let prime95 run for a little bit to make sure it is stable and it doesn't seem to be either of those. I have noticed that while using the computer, I can hear a noticeable spin down sound from the hard drives even though I have disabled that. I was thinking it is either my graphics card or hard drive. Attached is the bsod dump stuff.

Thanks for your time!

Windows7_Vista_jcgriff2.zip 2037k .zip file
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first

http://www.overclock.net/t/1255600/bsod-124#post_17205663

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/blue-screen-bccode-124-caused-and-resolved-via/3280992a-8a92-4b29-90a8-10ff666cb07d?msgId=167b14f8-9089-411d-9d7d-6e0a21e87bab
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Usually when overclocking, 0x0124 means not enough Vcore for the CPU. Did you add any components when you set up the RAID? It could well be a power issue.
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I originally had the just one 2 tb hard drive when I did the overclock. Then I added a second 2 tb hard drive and used that as a backup. Then I finally added the ssd into the system and put the two 2tb hard drives in raid 1. Do you think that the two extra hard drives would require me to adjust the overclock?
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It's possible - you may be stressing the PSU more, and it's unable to handle the current overclock settings. Maybe a slight bump in voltage may do it. But i'd also look over the links smex provided, theres some info in there too that may be useful.
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