BSOD without reasons, error 0x00000124 and multiple freezes

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  1. Posts : 14
    Windows 7 pro 64b.
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       #21

    No, I don't change the cooler because I don't have a shop in my town to bought it.

    I don't understand why the system shut it down, on HWMonitor, just before, temperature were normal (~35/40 C for CPU/GPU).
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  2.    #22

    How long were you running Prime95 for before you stopped it?

    Have you tried removing the CMOS battery then inserting it back in to reset and improper settings in the BIOS?
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  3. Posts : 14
    Windows 7 pro 64b.
    Thread Starter
       #23

    I running Prime95 during 30 minutes because I was a little afraid by temperatures.

    I have reset the bios by CMOS button on my motherboard and removing/inserting battery.
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  4. Posts : 59
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #24

    I have the stock CPU cooler for this processor and because of high voltage it went up to 83C while rendering however undervolting it solved the problem now it goes only up to 73C and while gaming never goes above 60C (staying around 55 90% of time). But stress testing brings it up to 95C for me even when undervolted. I never had a crash so probably stress test is not showing the problem. Also i7 will thermal throttle at 100C and will turn off at 105C.
    Install hwmonitor and monitor your temps when you do the things when it usually crashes. Watch the voltage too.
    I had this error code when I undervolted the CPU too much but that was casued by me so it was not a problem however you can have this because of voltage error (eg.: bad PSU) or sudden overheating - as other tests don't indicate anything.
    Also tell the voltage when stress testing and when idle (+ the tell the temps in C).
    Ps: also once Chrome crashed my system for no reason too but I think the site had virus or something because of weird processor usage.
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  5. Posts : 14
    Windows 7 pro 64b.
    Thread Starter
       #25

    Hi everyone, I have some good news about my computer.

    First, my motherboard had a manufacturing defect. My resealer changed it and now my computer is OK.

    About BSOD on chrome, I have the solution if you have an intel processor.
    You can active on your BIOS the XMP (eXtrem Memory Profil) of your RAM. With this option, I don't have any problem on chrome and other. Before my activation, same BSOD with chrome + youtube.

    XMP is safe, he just read a little file store on your RAM. This little file indicate to your motherboard what is the optimal configuration of your memory (voltage, frequencies), this is stock data store on the memory. You don't need to overclock, just activate this option.

    Sorry for my english, and I hope you understand me.

    In game like Crysis (extreme video profile), 70C max on proc.

    See you,

    Ammonium
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  6. Posts : 26,771
    Windows 11 Pro
       #26

    AmmoniumFR, thanks for the update. We are happy to know you have solved your problems. As soon as you have decided the problem is solved for sure, please mark this thread as solved. Also, an aftermarket CPU cooler would solve any CPU temp problems you may ever have. You don't have to spend a lot of money for one. There are some very good ones for little money. Almost any of them are better than the stock Intel cooler.
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  7. Posts : 14
    Windows 7 pro 64b.
    Thread Starter
       #27

    Hi essenbe, thanks for your tip-off.

    Have a nice day all and thanks to you for your help.
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