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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    so I tried qpi/vtt of 1.18 and vcore of 1.35 with thr processor at 4.2 and that failed within 20 minutes of starting prime95, so I decided to do a memtest which had been running for 2.5 hours now with no errors...this is with mem slots filled. I think my next step is probably to reinstall win7...

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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    What 8GB kit are you using, and is it 2x4GB or 4x2GB, also what timings/speeds?

    I've had problems with 8GB at certain speeds or timings, so that may be the problem, I think they still need to work out some kinks in the BIOS.

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    Well I think I may have found the issue. After doing a bit of research last night I decided to download the Microsoft Debug Tools, and every one of the BSOD124's was because of AEI.exe which is one of the processes run by Webroot Antivirus... So I uninstalled that. I then tried reinstalling it as well as Bitdefender, and neither would install, they'd just BSOD. I started thinking, and realized that the BSOD's started occuring after I had installed the new Nvidia 266 series WHQL drivers. So I reverted back to 263 WHQL, and did some Prime95 stress testing with no BSOD's for a couple of hours last night, and so far no BSOD's in just normal operation since changing back to the 263 series Nvidia drivers. To answer the previous posters question, I was using 2x4G, with standard 9-9-9-24 timings at 1333 (the memory was rated for 9-9-9-24 at 1600, so I was being ultra conservative to try to see if memory was an issue, but 2.5+ hours of memtest told me that probably wasn't it)

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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    Nice to see you found the cause of this for you!

    So which have you narrowed it down to be, Webroot, or the Nvidia driver, or you still testing to be sure?

    Ya, those speeds and timings are pretty slack, so they should be OK

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    Which version of BIOS you are using? I heard from my friend (he has got a same P67A-UD7 and had some VCORE problem when overclocking and the technical support of Gigabyte gave F8e BIOS to my friend) that the latest BIOS for P67A-UD7 is the F8e, i think you may try to update to latest BIOS F8e and see if it fix the problem or not.

    And also check the temperature of your CPU when overclocking.

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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyper530 View Post
    Which version of BIOS you are using? I heard from my friend (he has got a same P67A-UD7 and had some VCORE problem when overclocking and the technical support of Gigabyte gave F8e BIOS to my friend) that the latest BIOS for P67A-UD7 is the F8e, i think you may try to update to latest BIOS F8e and see if it fix the problem or not.

    And also check the temperature of your CPU when overclocking.
    Hi Hyper530,
    can you upload F8e somewhere,thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    I think you can contact the technical support of Gigabyte for the F8e, my friend says he didn’t make a backup for the F8e BIOS.

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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyper530 View Post
    I think you can contact the technical support of Gigabyte for the F8e, my friend says he didn’t make a backup for the F8e BIOS.
    Thanks for great help!!
    Btw,
    I no need backup BIOS of F8e,I need BIOS F8e or link from Gigabyte Technical support.
    Last edited by stasio; 02-22-2011 at 03:33 PM.
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    Default Re: P67-UD7 BSOD 124 issues

    The link of Gigabyte technical support: GIGABYTE - Support & Downloads - Technical Support

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