BSOD Codes for 1155/1156/1366:
0x101 = Add more vcore.
0x1E = Add more vcore.
0x3B = Add more vcore.
0x3D = Add more vcore.
0x124 = Add/remove vcore or QPI/VTT voltage (usually Vcore, possibly QPI/VTT).
On i7 45nm it usually means too little VVT/QPI for the speed of Uncore.
On i7 32nm SB it usually means too little vCore.
0x0A = Add QPI/VTT voltage or vcore.
0x9C = QPI/VTT most likely, but increasing vcore has helped in some instances.
0x50 = RAM timings, frequency, or uncore multi unstable. Increase RAM voltage or adjust QPI/VTT, or lower uncore if you're higher than 2x.
0xD1 = Add/subtract QPI/VTT voltage. Possibly RAM voltage.
0X109 = Add/subtract RAM voltage.
0x116 = Low IOH (NB) voltage - GPU issue (most common when running multi-GPU/overclocking GPU).
0x7E = Corrupted OS file. Possibly from overclocking. Run sfc /scannow and chkdsk /r
vargis14 wrote:Hello There,What kind of MB case and CPU cooling are you using?
Do you think you can post a cpuz snapshot of that 2700k i am curious of the stepping/revision ect.
As for your 6950 GPUz will show you how many shaders are running 1536 is 6970.
As for the stock cooling on your gpu,if you plan on overclocking it can get very loud,the only good thing with the stockcooler is it vents the hot air out the back of your case.You might want to add a Arctic Accelero Extreme Plus II gpu cooler,it will trim your load temps by a good 20c,plus even on max speed its about as loud as the stock cooler is at 30%,also it will make your card a triple slot.But remember you need decent case ventilation/airflow and thats good for your whole pc:)
Enjoy and keep your cpu voltage under 1.4v I imagine you want it to last It can take it with the right cooling but running 24/7 might make it degrade prematurely.
DPete27 wrote:Prime 95 is the only way to go for CPU stress testing as far as I'm concerned.
I use MSI Kombustor to stress test my GPU for overclocks. Watch for "snow" (little white dots, this means the core clock speed is too high) and "artifacts" (usually jagged/horizontal lines or flashing objects, this means the memory clock is too high)
If you plan on overclocking out of the realm of AMD Catalyst Control Center (you can set the card to default settings then let CCC do an auto tune, that should get you in the ballpark), MSI Afterburner Utility or Sapphire TriXX Tweak Utility are good programs to use because they allow you to increase clocks above what CCC allows, and they can adjust GPU voltages to achieve further overclocks. (I wouldn't recommend increasing voltages on the CPU or GPU for "everyday" use as this will shorten their life expectancy)