The fact that you booted your computer and played for a while makes me think about the graphics core overheating.
Also consider the fact that the drivers that came with your video card are probably out dated and you should download new ones from the manufacturer or nvidia asap.
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- Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:12 pm
- Forum: General Computer Forum
- Topic: Graphic Card Weird problems
- Replies: 10
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if you are brave enough and it is easy to reinstall, try removing the hs from the core, wiping the core clean of all the crappy gunk dell puts on it and putting some silver thermal grease on it. perhaps that will help dissipate the heat.
- Thu Feb 15, 2007 12:18 pm
- Forum: New Members Please Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Hello from NJ
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Howdy, I am an old overclocking nut from the days I found a 50 dollar celeron out performed my 400 dollar pentium II :axe: Currently running a P43.2 @ 3.5 refusing to leave my AGP 7800OC unless ... cough... of course I win a PCIe :) Looking foward to the experiences that unfold in this forum. Cheers!
- Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:40 am
- Forum: Forum Contests - Giving Back To Our Readers
- Topic: February 2007 Forum Contest - XFX 8800 GTS 320 Video Card
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