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Erratic AMD cpu ! ! how to optimise within xp


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rxkevco

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Yes, very strange, , ? ?

When cubase is recording a few tracks,, cpuz shows that the cpu is jumping from 2400mhz to 800mhz, , 20-30 seconds at a time, , , , , back and forth 800 to 2400 back and forth..
PS: sorry bout the caps on previous post... wasnt watching what i was doing.
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Just checked the bios date and revision and cpuz tells me that its phoenix brand, , RO1-A1D,
Dated 06/02/2005
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1: BIOS updating can end in disaster. Think more then twice before doing it.

2: Is there any noticeable effect for the CPU speed jump? Had you not being able to see it (childish, I know) would you feel anything unusual with the computer? If not, I would leave it at that. Your ordinary places to set such things are in the BIOS, power options in control panel and in the power saving program that is installed on your computer (if installed). If not there, and there is no noticeable problem, then don't go any further unless you know exactly what you are doing.

3:I still think that Fujitsu's forum is a good place to look for an answer.
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Not sure if this will help but you could try installing one of AMD's processor drivers. Check them out at their website: http://www.amd.com/u...182_871,00.html
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