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Thread: P67 UD4 B3 overclock question

  1. #11
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    Default Re: P67 UD4 B3 overclock question

    Any patches for it? Install the runtime package that comes with the game,that might help,should be in the redistributable folder on game dvd
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    Default Re: P67 UD4 B3 overclock question

    I was having the same problem BFBC2 crashing on me. The problem was with the memory.
    I was using G SKill 1600mhz CL6. My settings were 6-8-6-24 at 1.65 volts. BFBC2 was the only game this memory would not run correctly. After some trouble shooting in windows I found that only 4 GB was being recognized, and I had 6GB installed. I returned those and installed 6 GB of Corsair 2000 MHZ and down clocked to 1600mhz 6-7-6-18 at 1.65 volts. Everything is working fine now. I think you have a bad stick of memory.

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    Default Re: P67 UD4 B3 overclock question

    0124 BSOD in P67 means Vcore is set to low, increase this a few notches and you should be ok

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