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2500K p95/LinX/benchmark/game stable... music no?

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So the overclock on my 2500K is 24 hour p95 blend stable and 100 passes of IBT with the AVX libraries.

I have done Heaven, Mafia II, and Metro 2033 benches and they are great, played hours of games on it too.

I tried to play some music on it earlier using foobar2k and it 124 BSOD after about 20 minutes. Does it really need more VCORE?

I have also done 8 passes of Memtest86+ with the memory at the speeds listed in my sig rig which is also manufacturers recommended speed for this kit.

The only other problem I'm having is constant momentary freezing from the ATi display driver stopped working. I am on the latest driver and also the latest Crossfire profiles.

So my question I guess is; is this OC really unstable?
post #2 of 7
Hmm.. do you have bluescreenviewer? You should see what drivers are causing the crash. That might help you pinpoint things. I know the frustration your feeling.. awhile ago I had an i7 920 that passed all the stress tests but would not cold boot. Turned out I had a corrupted OS and had to reinstall. Anyway, try playing with QPI / VTT. 124 doesnt have to be Vcore related.
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graphics issue ?
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since 24/7 blend is more than enough for stablty
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Sounds like a driver conflict.

Use Bluescreen Veiwer next time, see what file is causing the problem...
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http://www.overclock.net/intel-general/910467-ultimate-sandy-bridge-oc-guide-p67a.html
Sin made this wonderful Sandy Bridge overclocking guide, definitely worth a look

and he stated that BSOD with code 0x124 is more likely you will need a little bump on Vcore or QPI/VTT or VCCIO if you use Asus board.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rakhasa;13080584 
Hmm.. do you have bluescreenviewer? You should see what drivers are causing the crash. That might help you pinpoint things. I know the frustration your feeling.. awhile ago I had an i7 920 that passed all the stress tests but would not cold boot. Turned out I had a corrupted OS and had to reinstall. Anyway, try playing with QPI / VTT. 124 doesnt have to be Vcore related.
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Originally Posted by 10acjed;13081849 
Sounds like a driver conflict.

Use Bluescreen Veiwer next time, see what file is causing the problem...

Thanks, I'll grab that, never heard of it.
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Originally Posted by darkinners;13082168 
http://www.overclock.net/intel-general/910467-ultimate-sandy-bridge-oc-guide-p67a.html
Sin made this wonderful Sandy Bridge overclocking guide, definitely worth a look

and he stated that BSOD with code 0x124 is more likely you will need a little bump on Vcore or QPI/VTT or VCCIO if you use Asus board.

Thank you, I will try that.
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