BSOD For unspecified 124 STOP

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  1. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Welp, it happened again. This time while playing Overwatch Beta. It happened about 4 hours into gameplay. I checked and all components were plenty cool. BlueScreenView is giving me the same error:
    Attachment 78343
    Here are the drivers:
    Attachment 78344
    It is worth noting that other than a longer sturtup time, Windows reports noting after these crashes...

    I tried removing a couple fans (as I had 7 total, not including GPU fans), so maybe that'll do something. Other than that I'm at a loss. I appreciate your ongoing help here, any suggestions are very welcome.

    Thanks again.
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  2. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    For some reason I can't delete this, so I just edited it to say this, woot.
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  3. Posts : 14,894
    Windows 10 Pro

    Delete what?

    Is the BIOS up to date?
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  4. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    No idea if it is up to date..... Current version is 113-C6310100-X00
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  5. Posts : 14,894
    Windows 10 Pro

    I meant actually the BIOS of the motherboard.
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  6. Posts : 113
    Windows 11 Home 64 Bit


    Looks like that is the Video bios not the motherboard one that might need updating.

    VBIOS Info

    Filename: 160510.rom
    VBIOS Version:
    UEFI Supported: Yes
    BIOS Build date: 2013-11-29 01:10:00
    Date added: 2014-07-31 18:00
    BIOS Internals

    GPU Device Id: 0x1002 0x6810113-C6310100-X00113-MSITV303MH.1A0 C63101 CURACAO XT GDDR5 64Mx32 2GB 150e/150m(C) 1988-2010, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.ATOMBIOSBK-AMD VER015. Limit: 143 to 199CCC Overdrive Limits GPU Clock: 1400.00 MHz Memory Clock: 1625.00 MHzClock State 0 Core Clk: 1080.00 MHz Memory Clk: 1400.00 MHz Flags: BootClock State 1 Core Clk: 1080.00 MHz Memory Clk: 1400.00 MHz Flags: Optimal PerfClock State 2 Core Clk: 1030.00 MHz Memory Clk: 1400.00 MHz Flags: UVDClock State 3 Core Clk: 300.00 MHz Memory Clk: 150.00 MHz Flags: Memory Support 2048 MB, GDDR5, Autodetect 2048 MB, GDDR5, Hynix H5GQ2H24AFR_CURACAO 2048 MB, GDDR5, Elpida EDW2032BBBG
    Your version 6.0 Motherboard has the latest BIOS. See here for info.
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  7. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    So what should I try next? Maybe the card is just bad?
    Last edited by MrFox; 15 May 2016 at 00:37.
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  8. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Yep, still getting the same Blue Screen with no useful info other than the 124 stop, which apparently could be a number of things. Windows reports nothing, I don't see anything in the event log..... what do I do at this point? It seems like I'd need to try different hardware just to figure it out. The biggest problem is: It can't be reliably triggered anymore. Nothing about this is consistent. This time it BSd in Overwatch, but has done fine under the same conditions for 5-6 hours straight. I even started monitoring the GPU temp and I've never seen it go above 77c. My best guess is that it is the GPU, but who knows. I don't have 3-700$ to blow on one.
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  9. Posts : 14,894
    Windows 10 Pro

    As it is been a month since your last reply we need new logs of the crashes and logs/screenshots of tests that has been used.

    A 0x124 is a hardware crash, the dumps provide reports about what problem caused the crash but does NOT specify a cause.
    A 0x124 can be caused by so many things, for example:
    • Drivers,
    • BIOS,
    • Overheating,
    • Improper seating,
    • Improper cooling,
    • Faulty hardware,
    • Improper power

    When you ran all the tests I should have asked for the results for review.

    I even started monitoring the GPU temp
    You should've done that when you stress tested it, it shouldn't be special anymore.
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  10. Posts : 24
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Well I meant actively monitoring during gameplay, which I wasn't doing before. I'll upload the crash logs soon, and run some more tests. Do I need to run a torture test or will an hour or do suffice? The crashes have happened anywhere from 10mins to 6 hours in, so IDK what is best to test.
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