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Windows 7: BSOD during Battlefield 4 or Prime95 small FFTs stress test

25 May 2014   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
BSOD during Battlefield 4 or Prime95 small FFTs stress test


I've been getting BSOD the last couple of months, lately much more frequently.
The error code is 0x00000124 and ntoskrnl.exe+75bc0
I used to get it only once every 2 weeks or once a week. Lately I've been getting it more, maybe once a day. But been playing more Battlefield 4 also compared to before.

Thinks I've tried to fix it:
Tested Memory with Memtest86+
Tested Memory with Prime95 Blend
Tested Memory with HCI
Tested Graphics Card with Furmark
Swapped Graphics card with my dad, he got the same one as me 7970, still bluescreens.
Used my PC with only a single memory module, tried both modules, both time still BSOD.
Drivers are updated (motherboard, soundcard, videocard)
BIOS is latest version.

Temperatures are okay 75-77 celcius while running stress test, nothing is overclocked.
I don't know anything about voltages so I never touched that.
I just made a picture with my phone of my voltage settings in BIOS

When I run Prime95 with small FFTs I get a bluescreen within 5minutes. So I'm thinking motherboard or CPU. When I play Battlefield 4 I can play for 1-5hours till I get one, sometimes more, it's random.

Would be awesome if someone could help me out.

Here's my specs also:

Gigabyte p67a-d3-b3
2x Corsair XMS 4GB DDR3-1333 (8GB total)
i7 2600k
Club 3D 7970 RoyalKing
650W Be Quiet! PSU
Creative XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro Soundcard
Samsung 840 Pro SSD 250GB
Samsung 1TB HD
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Thank you.
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26 May 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

I ran some more tests with Prime95 today. Ran all 3 tests (Blend, Small FFTs and Large FFTs), each for 15min. No BSOD but I get in all 3 tests a error: FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4

Edit: Sorry, should've edited starting post instead of a reply.
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27 May 2014   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

So for the sake of logging this thread with the solution for me: Tried my dads 3770k, no errors in prime.

Tried my 2600k again, within 10min a FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4

So I guess my CPU is dead. I bought it in July 2011, guess I still got warranty as intel cpu's are 3 years.

Can close this.
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