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AMD 4400+ X2 STOPS at 236 FBS no matter what the CPU multiplier is set at...

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I think this is the problem ive been having this whole time. Why does it just STOP at 236 FBS.

Stop = shutdown pc and reboot
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bre4dfish
I think this is the problem ive been having this whole time. Why does it just STOP at 236 FBS.

Stop = shutdown pc and reboot
did u try increasing vcore?? ram volt?? lowering ram timing??
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Originally Posted by hanwinting
did u try increasing vcore?? ram volt?? lowering ram timing??
Yes I did, it's like somekind of auto shutdown, its frustrating me :/
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i had the X2 4400+, and i had it running stable 2.4 with stock/auto everything
and when to 2.6 with no trouble. Can you try the cpu in another sytem to see if maybe you got a bad chip for overclocking
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post #5 of 14
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Originally Posted by bre4dfish
Yes I did, it's like somekind of auto shutdown, its frustrating me :/

What is your Htt set at??
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post #6 of 14
Check Power, Auto shut down can be caused by not enough quality power.

Look in BIOS and make sure all things 'Auto' for CPU, Memory are under your manual control.

Run the memory on a divider to remove it from the equation.

Use CPC 2T timing, if Memory and/or MB cannot support this timing.

Quote:
Originally Posted by bre4dfish
I think this is the problem ive been having this whole time. Why does it just STOP at 236 FBS.

Stop = shutdown pc and reboot
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post #7 of 14
Make sure your HTT multiplier is adjusted properly, set it to 4. It should be at 5 default...
I will bet money this is the problem
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post #8 of 14
and make sure your memory can run higher than 236Mhz, or put in on a divider.
post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by bre4dfish
Stop = shutdown pc and reboot
This is a true sign of the HTT problem. It will continue to restart over and over before it gets to the Windows loading screen...
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post #10 of 14
What puzzle me is that u got a 7800GTX but crappy mobo. I suggest getting a DFI or Asus
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