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cpu pll?

What seems to be the sweet spot?

Should CPU PLL cause BSOD code 124 though :s
I heard 1.76 was the sweet spot for cpu pll?

Also, code 0x124 is increase/decrease vcore or QPI/VTT so try that possibly
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i mean voltage read points with an actual voltage meter.

i disable it, it doesn't so anything.

What are your ambient temps, keep the CPU heated, see what it does. As in after load is removed, so right before stressing ends, turn off the fans, let it be hot at idle see if it bluescreens.

you should raise vcore. That could be the problem, if the clock isn't changing but the vcore is dropping then that is a problem sometimes, i would try 1.42v set.
Ok man will do, i think i may have got somewere though? I have just disabled SPEED SPECTRUM and its taken my bus speed straight up to 100 and my clocks bang on 4800 maybe alittle over?

You know when you said that maybe its vcore how come its not blue screening on stress tests i mean im running them @ max and also for long periods and everything is fine temps everything
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Perhaps your W7 install is corrupted? Have you tried in safe mode?
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Perhaps your W7 install is corrupted? Have you tried in safe mode?
I dont think it is no because i did a fresh install like 2 days ago!


I think i may have sorted it ?

I have turn off SPEED SPECTRUM and it has put the BUS SPEED bang on 100 and my 4.8GHz just alittle over?

Could speed spectrum cause 124 error could of been spiking it or something?
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I dont think it is no because i did a fresh install like 2 days ago!


I think i may have sorted it ?

I have turn off SPEED SPECTRUM and it has put the BUS SPEED bang on 100 and my 4.8GHz just alittle over?

Could speed spectrum cause 124 error could of been spiking it or something?
Not that I know of, but is your system more stable with it off? If so keep it off.
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Not that I know of, but is your system more stable with it off? If so keep it off.
Well with speed spectrum on CPUID read my bus speed as 99.8 and my overclock @ 4.783 ( or something like that )

With it on it seems that its at 100bus speed and also 4.801.

So it may of been spiking it or something? IDK



I also seem to have my ram set up right @ 6-8-6-24 1T @1.50 ( It does not show 1.50 in bios but i think AUTO replaces the 1.50 on the voltages )
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Perhaps your W7 install is corrupted? Have you tried in safe mode?
^^ This ! check it out man. It's possible. I got blue screens the other day out of left field. Come to find out I contracted something from a "streaming movies" lulz
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The speed spectrum thing didnt fix it.


I just keep getting BSOD 124 sometimes on idle sometimes browsing web whats going on?
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Im going to configure turbo mode and also all the energy features as on, im just running out of ideas now!
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