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124 error, usually induced by unstable overclocks

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Thankyou Dario, I reinstalled windows,and reset my MOBO bios  to default settings,and continued to get BSOD's.

I hope i didnt fry my CPU,I just installed a new Geforce 770,and 2 new SSD's.

 

Edit,sorry about the image,I am running Prime 95 for about a half hour,and cpu temp is stable at 60 c,

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With a i7 9XX code 124 is generally QPI/Dram voltage (QPI/VTT) or CPU Voltage (VCORE).  They are called different things in the BIOS of different MB's.  Since you are still getting BSOD's at default clock settings I do not think that adjusting these will help unless your CPU has gotten so degraded that it just needs more voltage than what the default settings apply.

 

If you booted into Windows and are running Prime95 you did not burn up your CPU, but depending on what OC voltages you have been using in the past you could have degraded your CPU over time.

 

Somthing is making your system unstable.  Download and install BlueScreenView, this will tell you what is causing the BSOD.  It could be the drivers you installed for your new GTX770 or even the SATA port that you have your SSD's plugged into.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

 

One thing that you can do is unplug all hardware except what you need to run the computer (K/M, OS SSD/HD, GPU) and see if you still BSOD.  You can also run Memtest on your ram, test each stick separately.  It could also be your PSU if your PSU is on the border of having enough power to run everything or if your PSU is failing.

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Thanks for the reply, Here are the results,

 

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:    BlueScreen
OS Version:    6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID:    1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:    124
BCP1:    0000000000000000
BCP2:    FFFFFA80081538F8
BCP3:    0000000000000000
BCP4:    0000000000000000
OS Version:    6_1_7601
Service Pack:    1_0
Product:    256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\071313-10140-01.dmp
C:\Users\Jim\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-23244-0.sysdata.xml

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I was running a auto overclock on my ASUS Rampage Extreme.

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Please post a screenshot of BSV that shows everything it logged for your last BSOD.

 

Is one of the SSD's you installed for your OS? What OS are you running?

 

You can try two things, first take our the GTX770 and put your old GPU back in. Do a clean driver installed for your old GPU with the driver version that you had with the old GPU.

 

If one of the new SSD's is for the OS then with your PC off unplug all SSD's and HD's except for your OS SSD. Reinstall your OS.

 

What PSU do you have?

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Hi,I have already reinstalled  Win 7-64 with 1 SSD and my old GF-580 with 320.49 driver,Unfortunately,I did not save the blue screen log.

No issues so far.

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