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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    You can try manually increasing the RAM voltage to 1.600V. Have you enabled the XMP? And which BIOS version you are using?
    And your RAM is the 4GB x1 single DIMM, there is another 4GB x2 kit F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (4Gx2) will be much stable if you design to installing 2x RAM to the mobo.
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    what games r u running? Did u put EasyTune6 running in backgound?

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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Do you have another graphics card to test with?it could be that that's causing your blue screens,makesure your using latest NVIDIA drivers too

    Does it blue screen/crash in desktop or just in games or both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyper530 View Post
    You can try manually increasing the RAM voltage to 1.600V. Have you enabled the XMP? And which BIOS version you are using?
    And your RAM is the 4GB x1 single DIMM, there is another 4GB x2 kit F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (4Gx2) will be much stable if you design to installing 2x RAM to the mobo.
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    Ok I'll try to increase the RAM voltage to 1,6V tonight and i let you know.
    Right now i have enabled the XMP and I'm using the F3 bios version.
    Unfortunately my RAM is the 4GB single DIMM x 2. I have installed two of those in the mobo. Do you think that maybe this configuration is causing the problem?
    Thank you

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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hyper530 View Post
    what games r u running? Did u put EasyTune6 running in backgound?
    For now i just installed BF:BC2 to test the system and every time that i run the game, after a while i get the BSOD.

    and yes, I have the ET6 running in background.

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    Do you have another graphics card to test with?it could be that that's causing your blue screens,makesure your using latest NVIDIA drivers too

    Does it blue screen/crash in desktop or just in games or both?
    Yes i have another graphics card to test with, but with the current card i have installed the latest NVIDIA drivers. The system just crash in games after a while.

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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    i raised my VTT/QPI to 1.08 and my stop 124 errors went away
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by mark2005 View Post
    i raised my VTT/QPI to 1.08 and my stop 124 errors went away
    Glad to hear you got it... Yeah since you are not overclock vcore should be fine at auto or normal at stock and slowly raise qpi/vtt voltage. If you plan to overclock keep qpi/vtt under 1.2v. Most 2600k or 2500k cpus dont like more then 1.2v.
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    I have found, after much trouble, that battlefield Bad company2 will always give bsod 00000124 errors if easytune6 is running. Once I stopped running ET6 I have not received a single BSOD. I would get BSOD one within 20minutes if ET6 was running. I have p67a-ud3-b3 and Gskill 1600ghz memory. geforce 560ti video.

    So try not running ET6 and see how it goes.

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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by mark2005 View Post
    i raised my VTT/QPI to 1.08 and my stop 124 errors went away
    Ok i will try with that voltage. Even with this raise of the VTT\QPI, do i have to raise the Vram to 1,6V?

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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    sorry yeah try setting qpi/vtt to 1.08. Set vdimm to what you rams spec is. If its 1.6 set it to 1.6 or 1.62.

    For ET6 causing BSOD 0x124 make sure you are using the latest version of ET6. If you want to stop ET6 from starting every time with windows. Right click on the tray icon and remove the check Always run on next restart.
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