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    <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p>Hi,</o:p>
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    First at all, sorry about my English. Iím a native Spanish speaker, so I will try too explaining my problem in the best way that I can. (If someone wants to correct me, that is fine too me, I have to improve my writing skills) <o:p></o:p>
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    I have reading a lot of posts that was so helpful with a cold boot issue and to configure my new pc, but right now I am still having problems during the games. Normally I have black frames in the screen or in some cases BSOD (124). I was reading about VTT/QPI parameters configuration associate with this kind of BSOD, but I am not sure about the right setup to my actual configuration and if these adjustment can help me with the black frames in game issue.<o:p></o:p>
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    Yesterday I ran the memtest in windows like some of you suggest and I didnít have any problems. (I ran the program in windows, because I canít figure out how too boot the program from a memory stick). <o:p></o:p>
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    My actual configuration and the actual settings in bios are (if you need other information about the system, please let me know):

    <o:p>-GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD4-B3 LGA 1155
    -G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB x 2 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)-Model F3-12800CL9S-4GBRL
    -Intel Core i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 3.3GHz</o:p>

    <o:p>-MSI N260GTX-T2D896-OCv3 (not new)</o:p>
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    <o:p>http://img580.imageshack.us/img580/2...1105081729.jpg</o:p>
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    Iíll be grateful with any help.<o:p></o:p>
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    Thank you.<o:p></o:p>
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    Try manual qpi/vtt voltage of 1.1v or 1.15v,what resolution are you playing games? Does it let you adjust image size in NVIDIA control panel?so you can stretch the image to get rid of black edges?also check you monitor settings
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by mauro-montoya View Post
    ]I have reading a lot of posts that was so helpful with a cold boot issue and to configure my new pc, but right now I am still having problems during the games. Normally I have black frames in the screen or in some cases BSOD (124). I was reading about VTT/QPI parameters configuration associate with this kind of BSOD, but I am not sure about the right setup to my actual configuration and if these adjustment can help me with the black frames in game issue.<o:p></o:p>[/FONT][/COLOR]
    Check the link in my sig for BSOD error codes. Error 0x124 for P67 is increase vcore first then try qpi/vtt voltage.
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Thank you for yours answers.

    Ok, so i have to increase Vcore first but how much?

    If this increase of the Vcore doesn't work, then i have to increase qpi/vtt? Am i right?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by mauro-montoya View Post
    Thank you for yours answers.

    Ok, so i have to increase Vcore first but how much?

    If this increase of the Vcore doesn't work, then i have to increase qpi/vtt? Am i right?
    increase vcore slowly and test in between. Raise it 2 clicks and try.

    Yes if you have increased vcore a couple of times and see no improvement then try qpi/vtt voltage.
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    increase vcore slowly and test in between. Raise it 2 clicks and try.

    Yes if you have increased vcore a couple of times and see no improvement then try qpi/vtt voltage.
    Ok right now i increasing the vcore from 1.225 to 1.255 V and i still getting the BSOD. What is the upper limit to this increase?

    And if i reach the upper limit, do i have to set the vcore in the start voltage of 1.225 again before i can try with the QPI/Vtt? or do i must leave it in the upper limit?

    Thanx again

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    Are you currently at default speeds or are you trying to overclock? I dont know what Intel stats as max Vcore but depending on your cooling and how far you wanna push your cpu you could run up to 1.5v. Im not saying for you to put 1.5v to your cpu thats all at your own risk.
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    Default Re: P67A UD4 B3 - BSOD and Black Frames on Games.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Are you currently at default speeds or are you trying to overclock? I dont know what Intel stats as max Vcore but depending on your cooling and how far you wanna push your cpu you could run up to 1.5v. Im not saying for you to put 1.5v to your cpu thats all at your own risk.
    No, right now i have the default speeds, starting from 1.225V and at least for now i don't trying to overclock, just to stabilize the PC.

    But i dont know when i have to stop increasing the Vcore to try with the QPI/Vtt and if is necessary to return the Vcore to the default value before.

    Thanx.

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    If your not overclocked,cpu voltage should be fine on auto or normal setting,I would try between 1.1 and 1.15v qpi/vtt voltage,you won't need much with that chip
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    If your not overclocked,cpu voltage should be fine on auto or normal setting,I would try between 1.1 and 1.15v qpi/vtt voltage,you won't need much with that chip
    Ok i let cpu voltage by default on auto and increase the qpi/vtt voltage to 1.16 with not luck. I still having the BSOD.

    Any other suggestions? Maybe do i have to increase the DRAM Voltage (by default 1.56V)?

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