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Problem with A6-3420M - When i gaming the clock goes to 200mhz

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Hi Everyone;


I Just bought a notebook with a6-3420m and 7690m from HP, DV6- series.

When i going to play games, the game lags sometimes. So, to check what happening, i opened cpu-z and the game windowed, and for my surprise the clock is very unstable 200-2000mhz. I Tried to overclock with k10stat but happened the same.

I'm using catalys 12.11B4, and i noticed, when i get the driver from HP, the clock is more stable, if i set in k10stat 2200, the minimum clock i noticed with the original driver was 2000mhz. But those drivers are so outdated and get poor perfomance, inlusive on battlefield 3.

Is there anyone here with any idea to solve this? sadsmiley.gif

Is everything set to use Max Perfomance.
Using SEVEN x64 SP1 with CCC 12.11BETA4.
Already tried with Windows 8, but still the same!

Sorry for my bad english! cheers.gif

Best regards.
post #2 of 4
Are you sure? The lowest clock for the APU is 800mhz. (idle)

What are you watching your clock speed with?
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post #3 of 4
Overheating?
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Im sure is dropping below 800mhz. Already used Aida32 and CPU-Z to Watch it.

I think is not a overheating problem, temps are around 75º Full Load
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