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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    yes thats right,itll all be in the m.i.t section,im not too hot myself on newer gigabyte boards,last gigbayte board i owned was x58,they are all similar though,you might not be able to adjust vccsa idk,some boards let you some dont,my asus z68 doesnt let you

    id try dram with one or two clicks more than 1.5v leave cpu/vtt on auto for now and see if that helps,i dont know why it looped with 1.10v cpu/vtt it shouldnt of imo
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Bugcheck code: 0x124 is the BSOD error code and this almost always means that cpu vcore is too low and needs to be raised a bit higher.
    You might need to raise one or two other voltages slightly.
    With 2x8GB of memory, IMC and/or VDDR might needed to be raised one click.
    I'm not familiar with specific voltage recommendations or overclocking your system, so I'll let others make specific recommendations.
    After flashing your bios to F8, did you boot into the bios, load optimized bios defaults, save settings and exit, and then boot into the bios again to make any needed bios changes?

    It might be best for you to clear the cmos and boot into the bios to load optimized bios defaults, etc.

    A web search using BSOD 0x124 will provide links to several excellent sites with more detailed information and several forums that deal specifically with BSOD code debugging. We can often help with many of the most common error codes.
    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    i thought 124 error is not enough cpu/vtt or dram voltage? 101 error is not enough cpu voltage

    i would set dram voltage to 1.5v,might need 1.55v

    and cpu/vtt voltage to 1.10v from stock 1.05v and retest
    Guys and to the OP please refer to the BSOD error codes link in my sig. Z77 is following the BSOD codes from p67/z68.

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    cant 124 error be vtt also? aswell as cpu voltage?

    if cpu voltage you might wanna use a higher level llc,or add +0.010v to dvid
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    BSOD Codes for SandyBridge P67,Z68 and Ivy Bridge Z77

    0x124 = add/remove vcore or QPI/VTT voltage (usually Vcore, once it was QPI/VTT)
    0x101 = add more vcore
    0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency add DDR3 voltage or add QPI/VTT
    0x1E = add more vcore
    0x3B = add more vcore
    0xD1 = add QPI/VTT voltage
    0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances”
    0X109 = add DDR3 voltage
    0x0A = add QPI/VTT voltage

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    BSOD Codes for SandyBridge P67,Z68 and Ivy Bridge Z77

    0x124 = add/remove vcore or QPI/VTT voltage (usually Vcore, once it was QPI/VTT)
    0x101 = add more vcore
    0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency add DDR3 voltage or add QPI/VTT
    0x1E = add more vcore
    0x3B = add more vcore
    0xD1 = add QPI/VTT voltage
    0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances”
    0X109 = add DDR3 voltage
    0x0A = add QPI/VTT voltage

    Taken from my list.
    Well if that's the case, from what all of my minidumps say, I've had 0x124, 0x9C, and 0x0A errors (with some 0x0d6 errors and a few I still yet to check minidumps from my other Win7 OS).

    So I guess it's something to do with the QPI/VTT voltage and/or vcore. Sounds like I'm finally getting to the bottom of this problem... however, there's two more problems:
    I don't know what to change these CPU settings to
    and I already changed the DRAM Voltage 1.500v to 1.510v (is this bad?)

    I'll go check the minidumps from my other OS to see if there's been any other errors.

    Thanks guys, hearing all of this is a bit relieving.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Also I have read from Sin0822 that IMC should be 0.005v less then qpi/vtt. So if you set 1.100v qpi/vtt set imc to 1.095v see if that helps. As what to set them to??? Just raise them up 1 notch or 2 and test and keep going till you stable or not crashing any more.
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    1.1510v dram wont hurt anything,you can set back to stock though if you want,for cpu i would see what level llc(loadline calibration) is being used and try one level higher,if that doesnt help try at first with dvid(dynamic voltage) at +0.05v,this will raise cpu voltage at load and a little at idle
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Also I have read from Sin0822 that IMC should be 0.005v less then qpi/vtt. So if you set 1.100v qpi/vtt set imc to 1.095v see if that helps. As what to set them to??? Just raise them up 1 notch or 2 and test and keep going till you stable or not crashing any more.
    So just tweak the qpi/vtt by a notch or two and keep the imc at 0.005v less?
    After each adjustment, would it be safe to run a prime95 "Small FFTs" test? My intended goal is to last a bit over 24 hours in this test (as recommended) to determine if my CPU is fully stable or not. This wouldn't cause any damage, would it?
    I've already attempted about 10 (in total) "Small FFT" stress tests on my CPU with a supposedly low voltage? Could any potential harm have been done?

    Also, I made an imgur album of every tab in the M.I.T. section of my board. Just click an image to zoom and I titled every image by address. It should be quick and simple and serve as memory refresher for those who haven't seen this BIOS recently. So if anyone could please take a quick look and point me towards which settings to tweak with. I'd appreciate it. :)

    Like this llc(loadline calibration), I can't find it on my BIOS and I'm not sure if there's a supported option to tweak this.
    I couldn't find any info on Google regarding this. :(
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Talic View Post
    So just tweak the qpi/vtt by a notch or two and keep the imc at 0.005v less?
    After each adjustment, would it be safe to run a prime95 "Small FFTs" test? My intended goal is a bit over 24 hours lasted in this test to determine if my CPU is stable or not? This wouldn't cause any damage would it?
    I've already attempted about 10 (in total) "Small FFT" stress tests on my CPU with a supposedly low voltage? Could any potential harm have been done?

    Also, I made an imgur album of every tab in the M.I.T. section of my board. Just click an image to zoom and I titled every image by address. It should be quick and simple and serve as memory refresher for those who haven't seen this BIOS recently. So if anyone could please take a quick look and point me towards which settings to tweak with.
    Like this llc(loadline calibration), I can't find it on my BIOS and I'm not sure if there's a supported option to tweak this.
    I couldn't find any info on Google regarding this. :(
    yes just keep tweaking qpi/vtt and imc. Try keeping imc at stoc and just move qpi/vtt or try with keeping imc 0.005v less. I have been testing my self and have not notice any difference. But my bios does not fully support my ram any way so it may only apply to running ram at higher speeds then 1866 or 2133.

    Testing you should be fine.

    Your Bios looks very simular to mine. LLC isin the 3d Power section 3rd item down Vcore Loadline Calibration. When using a fixed vcore like 1.26v I found setting LLC to turbo and little to no vcore drop or droop. The setting higher then Turbo would give you a boost in vcore then what is set in bios. When using dynamic vcore set llc to the highest setting and play with dvid.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Talic View Post
    So just tweak the qpi/vtt by a notch or two and keep the imc at 0.005v less?
    After each adjustment, would it be safe to run a prime95 "Small FFTs" test? My intended goal is to last a bit over 24 hours in this test (as recommended) to determine if my CPU is fully stable or not. This wouldn't cause any damage, would it?
    I've already attempted about 10 (in total) "Small FFT" stress tests on my CPU with a supposedly low voltage? Could any potential harm have been done?

    Also, I made an imgur album of every tab in the M.I.T. section of my board. Just click an image to zoom and I titled every image by address. It should be quick and simple and serve as memory refresher for those who haven't seen this BIOS recently. So if anyone could please take a quick look and point me towards which settings to tweak with. I'd appreciate it. :)

    Like this llc(loadline calibration), I can't find it on my BIOS and I'm not sure if there's a supported option to tweak this.
    I couldn't find any info on Google regarding this. :(
    If I'm reading you wrong I apologize in advance but CPU LLC is being displayed properly under your "M.I.T.\Advanced Voltage Settings\3D Power Control" picture as "Vcore Loadline Calibration" which you have at stock aka "Auto" The recommendation I hear most often is to use "Turbo" for 99% of OCing, some report "Extreme" overvolts according to their multimeter readings.

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