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Old 21st June, 2005, 02:07 AM
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Pay attention to the voltage (idle and load) on your 12V line. As it begins to decrease below 12V, the amperage draw will increase correspondingly, which doesn't tend to be a Good Thing.

I'm not sure about the specifics of your particular Antec, but I have heard in the past that their higher-powered models put too much of that power on the 5V rail, where it will do you little good.

Seeing as how I don't own a A64, I suppose the best place to start is to disable Cool'n'Quiet, lower your memory and HTT multipliers to PC2700 and (3x?) settings, and see how high you can increase your "FSB"? And take it easy with the voltage?
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