Error 124 has to do with VVT(QPI/Dram voltage), can either mean its too high or too low. If you have it set to 1.34 it should be ok.
what mhz are you running it at when overclocking, you drop it to a lower setting right? I would losen the timings a little bit, lets say 9 9 9 24. Just for the purpose of overclocking your cpu. Can try to bring those back down later.
Ah, just read up on the ram. Looks like it requires alot of voltage (requires the max of 1.65 to even operate). So for overclock you will have to reduce timing and/or mhz. Also you will probably have to bump VVT up a few notches above intel recommendations to support it. I hear its safe up to over 1.4v, havent tried it though.
BCLK Freq: 190
DRAM: 6x = 1,140
Uncore: 2X = 2,280
QPI: 18x = 3,420.0
VTT Voltage: 1.340 V
DRAM Voltage: 1.654 V
The RAM I have is linked below:
I tried to increasing my VTT to 1.41 and 1.5 still get the same error 124 BSOD! Would increasing my Vdimm from 1.654 help? This RAM sucks!