Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball
Even though you're not overclocking, double check your vcore settings. If it's on auto, set it manually.
I was getting a lot of 0x124 errors because my volts were just a tad too low. Mine was because I was overclocking, but the symptoms sound similar to yours.
They are on auto, almost sure of it. But how do i know what manual volt settings i should set? I never messed with voltage before.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Frostbite
I had a similar problem a few months ago on my ATI 4870 which got fixed by installing a firmware upgrade. The problem was caused by ATI powerplay switching the speed of the graphics card mid game and locking up. Using ATI Tray Tools and setting the GPU to run at a set (full) speed also fixed it before I upgraded the firmware. May be something worth looking into.
Ok i got Ati Tray Tools running, now how do i force it to one speed? ive been looking around but nothing clear, could you point me through the right menus?
EDIT: Do i need to disable ATI Overdrive? or uninstall CCC entirely?