Could be a laundry list of things. But if your stable when everything is at stock, then chances are either ur vcore is too low or ur nb is overclocked like crazy and u dont have enough juice to it. But from experience, I would say the former is the cause. Can you post a screenie of cpuz and temps?
I'll post settings when I get home. I read in the past about setting nb/men frequency. I think I remember something about the nb freq needing to be equal to or higher than the ram freq... any truth to that?
I meant that the nb freq needs to be higher than the Ht link.
STOP error 0x124 means that a fatal hardware error has occurred. uses the error data that is provided by the Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA). STOP code 0x00000124 may also display "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR" on the same STOP message.
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