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Those occasional stops as you move about the map...is that the stuttering to which you're referring?

 

EDIT: Nevermind this stupid question...on further inspection I can see the video stuttering you're talking about.

 

Have you tried a different mouse/keyboard?

 

How much memory is on the graphics card?

 

Do you have a large enough paging file?

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A good question tasr. The only reference I see to Memtest is "Passed memtest 2hrs". That is only about 1/5 the time required to do a proper test with 2GB of memory.

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Those occasional stops as you move about the map...is that the stuttering to which you're referring?

 

- Bingo :cool:

 

EDIT: Nevermind this stupid question...on further inspection I can see the video stuttering you're talking about.

 

- :)

 

Have you tried a different mouse/keyboard?

 

- Well ive put the mouse in a ps2 port usb-ps2 no change ill try a keyboard usb

 

How much memory is on the graphics card?

 

- 512

 

Do you have a large enough paging file?

 

- Yes tried different amounts from small to large , with perfected defragging :D

 

 

To everyone else about memtest is there any settings i should use ie in memtest itself? or shall i do a full test overnight?

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The 12v rail (with multimeter) is a stable 12.17 WOW on that psu!!

 

Mine is only 11.79 :eek:

 

Edit : one thing i forgot to mention DUH , is if i turn my computer off at the wall and leave it for a few hrs. My computer will not boot till it has power flowing through it for ages. My psu has to be plugged in and turn on all the time to have it boot right away

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try all your hardware together on another motherboard then.... if no stuttering .. might be your mobo.

 

There is one thing that interests me in that thread

 

Was unable to get over 220 HHT.

 

I cant go over 220HT in the orange slots but can in the yellow

 

specs.jpg

 

My psu, is this good or bad?

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There is one thing that interests me in that thread

 

 

 

I cant go over 220HT in the orange slots but can in the yellow

 

specs.jpg

 

My psu, is this good or bad?

Replace your PSU with a DFI Recommended Power Supplies (UPDATED June 14th, 2006!).

 

Hyper Type R 600watt psu
This is not a 600W PSU.
Hyper Type R 600
This does not show the watts.

 

roflamo I take out my sig for 2secs just so i can set it up correctly and i get " put your rig in your sig as per the rules "

Update your signature WITH your correct PSU per the rules. Look at the examples. You may be laughing, but I’m not.

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Look at the examples. You may be laughing, but I’m not.

 

No need to be an arse about it , you have no idea what crap im having to go through to get this sorted, its stressing me out! :mad:

 

So i forgot to put my psu in , im on many other forums ive had to remove bits of info because the sig is too big cant remember everything :mad:

 

ANYWAY its done!

 

So are those amps crap?

 

EDIT :: Too many forums i need to find out what psu ive actually got that review was of the 530 watt+ !

 

GRRR

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This is what ive wrote on other forums

 

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specs.jpg

 

My current power supply Hyper Type R 580watt ... Now im trying to see if it maybe faulty and the cause of stuttering, taking all options :D:D:rolleyes:

 

This is what its running

 

4 CASE FANS

AMD 3800+ @ 2.56ghz

1xthermaltake cooler ( i think , its silver 3 pipes & Big fan )

1Xdvdr Liteonit

1XIde Seagate drive

1xSata 2 seagate 7200.10 16mb cache

1 Upgraded Chipset cooler copper

X1800XT @ 680/780 Accelero X2 fan

2GB Gskill pc4000 in the yellow slots

Xfi Soundcard

1xNvidia lan controller - router speedtouch 546

 

Issues :

 

Cannot overclock over 220fsb with ram in the orange slots ( only in yellow )

System fails to boot up if the system has been unplugged from the mains for a

few hrs ( if the psu has power but not system on it will boot up every time )

Micro stutters throughout my games and movies

 

Volt read out :

 

+3.3v = 3.31V

+5v = 5.03V

+12V = 11.79V

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http://tomshardware.co.uk/2005/07/11/stress_test/page19.html

 

Here we go..

 

:mad: :mad: :mad:

 

- Correct psu volts -

+5V - 36A

+12V1 - 20A

+12V2 - 18A

-12V - 0.8A

+5VSB - 2.5A

+3.3V - 0.4A/30A

 

 

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IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT POWER SUPPLY MEANT TO RUN AN ATHLON 64 SYSTEM HAVE AT LEAST 24A ON THE +12 VOLT, BUT 30A IS IDEAL IF YOU PLAN TO OVERCLOCK. This may seem a bit steep to some, but bear in mind that a healthy unit will ensure that your computer is not victim to common power-starved symptons such as stuttering, hitching, and random reboots (these will be especially pronounced in games).

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:D

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