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I continually get this BSOD after playing games for some time. I was told "unstable RAM/IMC, increase QPI first, if that doesn't work increase vcore" both of which I have done. I don't see lowering the QPI doing me much good as it's already low. If I have to raise my vcore any more I'm going to need to clock it back to 4.0GHz due to temps -.- Anyone have any idea?

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1.35 vcore
1.642 DRAM @ 1467MHz
1.3125 QPI
1.8815 CPU PLL

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QPI is probably the issue. I don't know where it should be to be honest. I was looking for threads that had people with similar rigs that had their voltages posted but I couldn't find any.
Edited by twostepbehind - 12/31/10 at 2:15pm
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QPI could be the issue, but you have a fair overclock, there's a good chance it's not stable on 1.35v.

On top of that, you mentioned that you were getting bluescreens playing games...

Have you done a decent amount of stability testing? because it sounds like you haven't.

As a side note, running your core unstable without enough voltage will cause increased degradation and likely result in premature chip failure.

... You should prob back off to a lower clock, after all, a PC that plays games is better than an expensive lump of metal and silicone in your room
    
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Crabid is exactly right. Some 950's don't take to low(er) voltage for a high OC like their 920/930 counterparts. Try moving past 1.35 to see where it's stable, run IBT, OCCT, or whatever stability test tickles your fancy, and make sure you run Memtest with your OC. You're not stable where you're at.

Once you've figured out where you are stable (just for the heck of it), drop from 4.2ghz to 4.0 and keep a lower voltage. You're not going to see any real benefits from the extra 200mhz and you will prolong the life of your chip.
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