[oclug] amd athlon 1400Mhz
sklav at mlug.ca
Tue Dec 11 10:23:30 EST 2001
Hey maybe they just sold you an overc locked amd chip and now its defaulting to work on its factory default and your attempting to overclock it by thinking its a 1.4 ghz when really its most probably a 1.ghz overclocked by the store you bought it at. Just a paranoid thought that nobody mentionned.
On 11 Dec 2001 14:26:59 -0600
Bill Omer <bill at distmirr.com> wrote:
> > The 300Watt power supply (cyberzone) I bought yesterday was recomended to
> > me as AMD certified, but when I checked it is not on the recomended list
> > at AMD.
> I wouldn't be too worried about the PSU not being listed on the AMD
> site, however I would keep this in mind about the shop you bought it
> from. That just might tell you a little something about their
> Try the bios upgrade, see how that works. If it still does the same
> thing, try taking it off auto detect and start plugging in the numbers
> your self, see what kind of results that gives you. If that doesn't
> work... then look at the RAM. Some memory sticks just don't work
> correctly with AMD chips and the mother boards that support those chips
> (this is pretty rare, most ram (other than rambus) _should_ work fine).
> Might want to also check the PSU, see if that gives you any better
> results. If either of these are not an option... then you might just
> need to break down, pick up the manual, go to the back of the book, grab
> a telephone.... and call technical support. They might know some little
> trick that no one on this list is thinking of or knows about. Plus, it
> might just be a bad mobo or chip (however I doubt that) and you have to
> go through tech support before you can get an RMA.
> Hope this helps
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