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Ok I have a question, can you pump to much Vcore for a OC and make it unstable. the reason I am asking is that I keep getting a BSOD that waw 101 0x1e and even 124, so I would keep bumping up my Vcore and QPI. finally I deside to it was getting really high for my OC. and I deside to decrease it alittle from the setting I had it before bumping it. And now its seem to be stable.

And I am back at 4.33, and YES i am saving my Profiles as I make changes. and Saving Profile 1 for my Dom Set up. and 2 for a OC for something I might want to Bench at(special). I did learn my leason.
    
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Ok I have a question, can you pump to much Vcore for a OC and make it unstable. the reason I am asking is that I keep getting a BSOD that waw 101 0x1e and even 124, so I would keep bumping up my Vcore and QPI. finally I deside to it was getting really high for my OC. and I deside to decrease it alittle from the setting I had it before bumping it. And now its seem to be stable.

And I am back at 4.33, and YES i am saving my Profiles as I make changes. and Saving Profile 1 for my Dom Set up. and 2 for a OC for something I might want to Bench at(special). I did learn my leason.
From own experience (which actually isn't really much ), too high QPI/IMC will cause unstability.
At 4.2ghz I am not stable with vcore 1.36V and QPI 1.27V, but I am with 1.36V and 1.17V QPI. Strange but true...
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