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November 12, 2003 3:23:47 PM

I'm from Brazil, so sorry about my english.
I got an AMD XP 2000+ and it should work @ 1667mhz, but i can't get it working at that clock, actually i can, but my computer restarts and goes to the BIOS screen that shows a message like "improper cpu speed..." and then i change the speed from 1667mhz to 1250mhz and it works fine, does anybody knows what should i do?


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November 12, 2003 4:52:27 PM

Please give us your comp specs.. How are you changing the speed FSB or core clock?

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November 12, 2003 5:20:52 PM

motherboard: asus a7v8x-x
processor: amd xp 2000+
ram: 256 ddr 333mhz
video: gf2 mx 400 64mb
audio: sb live! value

i didn't change anything, it just started not accepting the normal clock that is 1667mhz, and then i have to use my computer @ 1250mhz
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November 12, 2003 7:18:48 PM

the brand of the ram is spectek, and i don't know what heatsink means.
November 12, 2003 8:05:48 PM

oh i gotta, but that isn't the problem. i'm monitoring the cpu temperature, fan speed, etc... the only thing that isn't normal is the +3.3v thing, it's @ 2.976 and sometimes (very frequently) it goes to 2.94/2.96 and the Asus Probe (the monitoring program) alerts for that thing, i don't know what it means.
November 13, 2003 2:22:05 AM

That sounds like you may have a weak power supply. What brand is it and what are the specs on the 3.3 and 5 volt rails (should be on the label on the side of the power supply)

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