Originally Posted by yergg;13122376
Unless you are overclocing your RAM, you should leave the vccio on default.
0x124 BSODs point to Voltage issues - add/remove vcore or QPI/VTT voltage ,usually Vcore, sometimes lowering QPI/VTT can help.
Also are you using PLL overvoltage? This really should only be necessary for 4.8+Ghz overclocks. I found that disabling the overvoltage at 4.6Ghzs allowed for stable 24/7 results.
There is no such thing as QPI/VTT voltage. On P67 boards, VCCIO voltage is basically the memory controller voltage, equivalent to QPI/VTT voltage from X58. Even if you're not overclocking your ram, when you run 4 sticks you're obviously stressing the memory controller on the CPU more than two sticks. So a bump in VCCIO voltage is 95% of the time going to be necessary when you're running 4 sticks of RAM.
I have no idea what 24/7 safe voltage is, but keep going a little higher. According to Bit-tech
, they recommend not going over 1.4v so you still have some more headroom to raise it. Assuming your memory is actually stable, more VCCIO voltage should stabilize you. Not sure if PLL is going to do anything, the main thing you want to give more power to is the memory controller which VCCIO will do that.