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    Happened while overclocking GPU, pushing it too much slightly?
    GIVE PEAS A CHANCE

  • #2
    I'd say it means you should probably stop overclocking it.

    0x124s happen often if clockspeed is too high, temps are too high, or voltages are too low.
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    • #3
      124 is usually to low/high vcore or qpi if your on Intel, don't know what it means on AMD, take a look here this is very handy

      http://www.overclock.net/t/935829/th...bsod-code-list
      Last edited by Alfizzle; 06-05-12, 20:46.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Alfizzle View Post
        124 is usually to low/high vcore or qpi if your on Intel, don't know what it means on AMD, take a look here this is very handy

        http://www.overclock.net/t/935829/th...bsod-code-list
        I've had a couple of the exact blue screens today when I was overclocking my cpu. For me it was voltage too low.
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        • #5
          Up your volts a little mate
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          • #6
            Cool thanks for replies, I am hoping that BSOD relates to my GPU and NOT my CPU.

            Time will tell I suppose.

            EDIT Bah just got a 101 now also, after only 5 minutes of MS flight. Gonna run with no OC on my GPU's for a while and see if I still get one.
            Last edited by BUDFORCE; 07-05-12, 08:10.
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            • #7
              BSOD would be more likely related to CPU, or am I wide of the mark here? IN my experience GPU errors of this ilk result in artifacts, hang ups and restarts but generally not BSOD?

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              • #8
                Blue Screens can be caused by anything really! CPU, RAM, GPU (VRAM or other), HDDs, PCI-E cards, etc., etc.
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