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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    Well I guess I spoke too soon. I got a reboot, then a bsod 124 after just 5-10 mins of web browsing (not gaming)! Any other suggestions? Do I raise the DRAM voltage ot 1.66 as lotsip suggests, or over-clock the cpu to raise the memory frequency? Or something else?

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    it depends on whether your ram is 1.5v or 1.65v rated,it will be printed on the ram or box

    if 1.5v stick to that and if 1.65v you can set to 1.66v in bios

    you can still use one or two clicks more qpi/vtt,
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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    The ram need 1.65v for DDR-2200 CAS 7, for 1333 you're good with 1,584v

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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    0x124 is almost always QPI/Vtt, especially on P55/X58. So in your post above, how much QPI/Vtt were you using? And since then, how much have you tested up to?

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    Thanks for the tips. The original setting for qpi/vtt was 1.1v (fairly frequent bsod/reboot). I have since upped it to 1.21 (less frequent crashes), and now I'v upped it to 1.23 and changed the DRAM voltage to 1.58, as suggested and have not experienced any crashes after about 3 hrs of gaming (so far so good!). I will continue to monitor and report back with my findings.

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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    Nice to hear, sounds like you are getting it smoothed out now!

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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    Thanks to all who contributed. It's been running solid for a few weeks now, so I think it's resolved, which is fantastic! I really appreciate all your help! BTW, it seemed like the BSOD originally started happening after I got new, more powerful headphones. Could this be the possible cause, or just a coincidence?

    Also, I tried upping the blck from the default of 133 to 160, which did increase my RAM from 1333 to 1600, but the system would shutdown everytime I booted after about 30 sec (before getting into windows). I may have to read up some more on over-clocking before attempting this again, unless you'all can offer some further advice.

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    what did you clock to? i dont know what cpu multi you used,3.6ghz? if so you just might need bit more qpi/vtt and try setting cpu voltage to normal rather than on auto,make a note of how much auto is using and post here

    as for your headphone id say just coincidence,cant see how that would affect memory/stability ect
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    Default Re: P55 UD4P regular BSOD and reboot when gaming

    Great to hear everything's been running smoothly!

    I agree, I doubt the headphones caused any issues, unless maybe they use their own specific drivers, then maybe the drivers could cause problems.

    As for using 160 Bclk, did you set other voltages too? If not you'll need to do that. You'll have to set the ram voltage, and timings, and then mess with Vcore and QPI/Vtt until you find what your CPU needs to be stable.

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