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    Another thing, have u tried lowering your OC a bit? Your temps seem to be in order, NICE IDLE TEMPs, wish my i7 could do that . Mine hover around 36-38 right now and top out at 64ish.
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    Thanks for the help again guys. Okay so Dbee helped me find out what error I was getting and what the code it was. Code 124 error is what keeps holding me back. Says its a Windows fail. Any ideas?

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    error code 124 is not enough/too much qpi voltage, anybody know what this means in regards to AMD. We know what to do with intel, just are unsure of the amd equivalent
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    VAZKEY- if u may , could u please post ur complete machine along with voltages and timings ,etc in your SIGNATURE. such as how i did in my signature.
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    Intel SSD80GBG2C1 OS/Apps
    WD Caviar Black 500gb Data
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    Windows hardware error. Which Windows are you using? Did you download the updated drivers? Can you uninstall realtek drivers? Check to see if this is the issue causing the error. Run it without sound drivers for a bit to check. If that's not it try the same with the video driver. Then check the AMD chipset. Just a simple way to eliminate it being either of those 2 drivers. Please let us know what you find.
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    I change some things up, ran a small prime95 stress test with these setting. Ran for a good 30min, tried a large one and crashed within 2min.

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    Good photos Yes you can always start over it's that easy.
    You may need to scale back the memory from 8.00 to 6.67 and run some more tests.
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    Default Re: MA77OT-UD3P/AMD x3 720 BE system restart

    I would test using Ganged, and the 124 error may correlate to NB Voltage as I see you have that on auto, try setting manually to 1.15-1.25 and see if that helps any

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    I spoke with VAZKEY last nite, he seems to be doing fine now... He installed SP2 and i think he changed a couple of voltages from auto to manual . Been priming and gaming for a few hours last nite with no trouble. Seems to be ok. Just to let u all know where he disappeared to.

    LSD- thats the first thing i could think of , Northbridge or HyperTransport clocks/multis. still unsure what he did besides the windows SP2.

    he'l be back...
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    Well thanks for the update on him, hope he chimes back in sometime

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