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snabbler

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#11 14 years ago

Thanks I'll try those.




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#12 14 years ago

Try using a differnt video card and see what you get. If not try anthor monitor and you're problem should be fixed!




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#13 14 years ago

It's definitely a combination of your monitor not picking up the signals from your video card. Due to a conflict. I'm guessing that since you are experiencing these problems during games, it would be closely related to heat.

As others have stated, try another video card if feasible.




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#14 14 years ago

What temp. should my video card be and how do I check?




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#15 14 years ago

Well, they usually have a threashold. I will assume anything below 60 degrees centigrade is safe. To check your temperatures, you first have to know if your card has a temperature sensor on it. Download 'Everest Home Edition', which is a free PC specification program that will tell you pretty much everything.




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