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So i got this nice card form OCC and i couldnt wait to test it out.

Got some great results, but now when i try to actually play a game, it blue screens on me.

 

When i run a benchmark program, there is nothing wrong (heaven, valley, 3Dmark, you name it), but when i try to play a game, it almost instant blue screens.

Even at stock settings it won't go.

 

I tried re-installing windows, with no avail, so i tried a few different sets of drivers, hoping it fixes the problem, but alas, it is still there.

Opened her up, cleaned it and put it back again, no results either...

 

I am at a loss here and i hope someone could help me.

 

 

Here is the log of the blue screen:

 

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
  Locale ID: 1033
 
Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode: 124
  BCP1: 0000000000000000
  BCP2: FFFFFA80078C7028
  BCP3: 00000000B2000000
  BCP4: 0000000000000005
  OS Version: 6_1_7601
  Service Pack: 1_0
  Product: 768_1
 
Files that help describe the problem:
  C:\Windows\Minidump\040914-9843-01.dmp
  C:\Users\WarWeeny\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-11185-0.sysdata.xml
 
 
If i left anything out, just say it and i will add it.

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BCCode 124 means you're lacking VCore or QPI/VTT voltage. Most likely QPI/VTT voltage. In your BIOS, what are your voltages set at?

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BCCode 124 means you're lacking VCore or QPI/VTT voltage. Most likely QPI/VTT voltage. In your BIOS, what are your voltages set at?

 

Euh, 1.15v if i recall correctly.

Overclocked it to 3.6 GHZ.

 

If it is a bios problem, il go and reset it then, although i have tested that overclock pretty thorough... 

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QPI/VTT, sometimes called I/O Voltage is different than VCore. It's most likely that voltage, not your VCore.

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QPI/VTT, sometimes called I/O Voltage is different than VCore. It's most likely that voltage, not your VCore.

 

Still returned the bios to defaults.

It didn't crash on me (yet), knocks on wood).

 

If it is as simple as the overclock of my processor, i would feel ashamed xD

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QPI/VTT, sometimes called I/O Voltage is different than VCore. It's most likely that voltage, not your VCore.

 

Still returned the bios to defaults.

It didn't crash on me (yet), knocks on wood).

 

If it is as simple as the overclock of my processor, i would feel ashamed xD

 

:P

 

It happens. Most likely you just needed to re-adjust your CPU PLL Voltage (your Maximus GENE III only adjusts CPU, CPU PLL, IMC, PCH, and DRAM Voltages, it looks like), but it could also have been your CPU Voltage. :)

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Reverted back to default settings, no crashes, went back to 3.6GHz setting with some extra voltage and still no crash.

Seems you were spot on el_capitan!

 

Thanks for the swift response :)

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I have seen 1224 so many times lol had I gotten here sooner I would have answered about the same and Captian did

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