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Ok kind of weird really.

Ive ran prime 95 for 3 and a bit hours today and also intel burn test 25 runs high stress level and 8 threads selected...

All the stability programs are saying that my overclock is indeed stable but i get random BSOD's with the code 0x124 which means i need more vcore :s


Are these stability programs pushing sandy bridge chips as hard as they should be?
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124 is actually QPI, either too high or too low. Try adjusting that
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Ok kind of weird really.

Ive ran prime 95 for 3 and a bit hours today and also intel burn test 25 runs high stress level and 8 threads selected...

All the stability programs are saying that my overclock is indeed stable but i get random BSOD's with the code 0x124 which means i need more vcore :s


Are these stability programs pushing sandy bridge chips as hard as they should be?
Try obtaining the updated Linpacks and running those.
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Ok kind of weird really.

Ive ran prime 95 for 3 and a bit hours today and also intel burn test 25 runs high stress level and 8 threads selected...

All the stability programs are saying that my overclock is indeed stable but i get random BSOD's with the code 0x124 which means i need more vcore :s


Are these stability programs pushing sandy bridge chips as hard as they should be?
That's a really rough stability test. I had IBT pass 50 runs and Prime95 would fail. Try running the small FTT's for a good 8-12 hours.
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124 is actually QPI, either too high or too low. Try adjusting that
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But what is the QPI on a Sandybridge CPU?
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What should i try and set QPI to ?
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According to a few veteran guides here vtt/qpi should not be higher than 1.2v? R u overclocking ur ram?
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Some said that they need higher like 1.1+ to run 2133Mhz, I wonder if I need 1.1v to run 1866Mhz and 1866 is my ram's stock speed. On Asus's board they put a (O.C.) right next to 1866 like 2133(O.C)/1866(O.C.)/1600/1333. Does this mean the board has to OC to run my ram at stock speed?

On topic: I have passes IBT, but P95 fail. I want to know what's the right stress test for SB.
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post #10 of 21
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According to a few veteran guides here vtt/qpi should not be higher than 1.2v? R u overclocking ur ram?
My ram is all default ...

I cant even see the option for vtt/qpi in bios and the bios for setting my levels up on my ram properly is far to confusing with this board for me lol
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