Windows 8 and 8.1 Forums

BSOD whea_uncorrectable_error 0x124 Randomly/while gaming.

  1. #11

    Posts : 6
    Windows 8.1 X64

    Quote Originally Posted by Chummy View Post
    The temps are OK, you just forget to show another voltages from HWinfo which should stay below this last image, at Sensor Tab. There will be voltages like Vccin, vcore....

    But Vid already explain something about Vcore, maybe the chip is not too good to apply only 0,99v at 3.5ghz, but BIOS is feeding that voltage.

    Since Bios is updated, and if you dont pretend to set manual voltages to test, the only/best alternative is RMA the chip to see what they say.
    Hi again.

    Do I only need to increase Vcore? and what voltage to you recommend to test with?
    I have attached the second part of HWinfo. What do you think?

    Attachment 64013

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2. #12

    Posts : 15
    Windows 8.1

    That board is using too much CPU input voltage for a stock Vcore of 1.0v. CPU input voltage AKA VCCIN/VRIN is the voltage which feed CPU package, what include cpu vcore, cache and graphics. CPU Vcore is safe below 1.35v, while CPU input voltage should be around 0.4-0.6v above what is Vcore.

    CPU Input voltage/VRIN/VCCIN is fine around 1.5v to 1.9v.
    CPU core voltage/vcore is safe below 1.35v, if you put above 1.45v on Vcore by confusing Vcore with VCCIN you can damage/kill your chip.
    Uncore AKA Cache/Vring is safe below 1.25v.

    You can try just rising a bit the Vcore from 0.99 to 1.05v and decreasing the CPU Input voltage from 1.870v to something like 1.60v.

    Also Cache is a bit problematic sometimes and is a good thing to set Cache ratio at 35 and use 1.10v voltage for it to test.

    But see CPU's come with a VID which say to motherboard which voltage should be used as standard, since you chip/motherboard is not working properly in automatic this can be considered a bad chip or a BIOS problem.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
BSOD whea_uncorrectable_error 0x124 Randomly/while gaming.
Related Threads
Solved BSOD 0x124 Videos and games in BSOD Crashes and Debugging
Hello. I got problems with my pc. I got BSOD 0x124 when watching videos on youtube, twitch, etc and when trying to play mostly games. My pc run for ~2years without problems. I tested it with Memtestx86 5.01, FurMark and Prime95. In prime95 i got BSOD only on Blend(last in order) mode. Please help...
The crashes happen most often when I'm watching a YouTube video but they have also occurred a few times when just watching an MP4 or MKV with Zoom Player. Recently it's been mostly 0x124 but there are instances of 0xA0000001 in there also, as you can see. The computer was built from all new...
I'm at a point where I can't figure out anymore. My new build is giving me BSODs randomly, but usually only while tasking my PC while running games like WoW. Running WhoCrashed, I'm seeing a recurring theme of BugCheck code 0x124, Parameter 1 0x0, Parameter 2 Varies, Parameter 3 0xBF800000,...
Solved BSOD Playing Games, Error 0x124 in BSOD Crashes and Debugging
I am having trouble with system stability playing games. I suspect it's overclock related, but I've fiddled with so many settings and can't get it to stay stable. I was wondering if someone might be able to help by looking through my logs. Before I totally ditch the OC or spend the rest of my life...
Hi there, Even since I build this new computer last year in September I am plagued by irregular bluescreens, but was able to solve them, as I though, by replacing the RAM after memtest86 deemed 2 sticks faulty (I bought the RAM 2nd-hand, how stupid of me) So here I was with brand new RAM,...
Hello, I have two BSOD problems. One is random, but mostly when I loaded games like BF4 ( 0x124 ) and one that occurs after start or hybernation ( 0x9F ) CPU : Amd phenom II 965 BE @ stock GPU : Amd Radeon HD6770 from Sapphire @ stock MEM: 2x2GB Kingston Valureram 1333 @ stock and 2x2GB...
Random BSOD error code 0x124 in BSOD Crashes and Debugging
Hello, I've recently upgraded my pc where I installed a new Motherboard (ASUS Z87-PLUS) , CPU (I5 4670k) and a GPU (GTX780TI). After having done this I've started encountering some problems while using it. The computer has started BSODing along with the message "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR". The...
Eight Forums Android App Eight Forums IOS App Follow us on Facebook