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choppy movement in minecraft

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Hi everyone.

Got a small problem with minecraft be it vanilla or tekkit or feed the beast. Every time I turn on my computer I have very choppy movement and, the only way I have found to fix it is to restart my computer.

So I was wondering if anyone had a fix to this problem and to show you what I mean i made a video.
info and settings.
fresh install of W7
new hard drive
64-bit java with 4 gb for minecraft/feed the beast.
Edited by mk16 - 4/30/13 at 12:55pm
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Is your video card the GT610? Does it have the lastest drivers installed?
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

Is your video card the GT610? Does it have the lastest drivers installed?


had to get the latest to play or else i would get a "bad video card drivers" error
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bump for help.
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this is very similar to me but my Minecraft runs perfect when not over clocked
when i overclock my Graphic card it still runs perfect in fact even better
when i overclock my CPU even by the littlest or unclock it Minecraft seems to be really jittery as if the client is too fast for the server and causes it to look jittery

is there anyway to keep my CPU overclocked and not get this problem ?






My CPU is AMD FX(tm)-4300 Quad Core 3.8GHz overclockable to 5.2GHz with no problem but any higher and it start to show signs of over heating

My GPU is AMD Radeon HD 7800 4GB 1050MHz GPU clock and 1250Mhz memory can overclock to 1350MHz GPU clock and 1700MHz memory clock with stable temperature

All drivers up to date and everything runs fine apart from Minecraft when overclocked so when I'm playing it i have to clock everything back to original clock, if anyone else has this problem and has managed to find away around this or fix it then be sure to help me
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