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WTF?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Postal, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. Postal

    Postal I apear to have lost my pin.

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    WTF?
     

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  2. Parser

    Parser Hello

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    Graphics card overheating?
     
  3. Postal

    Postal I apear to have lost my pin.

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    I think the cards had it. My comp usually below 95 degrees. Messed with drivers, and a whole lot of other stuff, got it down to the hardware. I dont wanna buy a new card.
     
  4. EvilDrWong

    EvilDrWong Every line of code elevates you

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    Whered you get that Wolf3d map?!


    ;)
     
  5. Postal

    Postal I apear to have lost my pin.

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    I will tell you when I can play it.

    But it is lvl 1 from wolf 3d set up for deathmatch.
     
  6. Nemephosis

    Nemephosis Earning my Infrequent Flier miles

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  7. DeeZNutZ

    DeeZNutZ New Member

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    Damn, Postal.
    I had that happen with 2 Geforce 4 Ti4400 cards over a period of 10 months.
    Both times it was the GPU that went bad.
    (Thank God for the warranties.)
    When I opened up this thread and saw the screenshots,
    I winced remembering that same damned corrupted video output look.
    I finally replaced the power supply and the problem stopped happening.
    At that time I had the generic 420Watt PS that shipped with the case.
    I went out and bought a Thermaltake and the problem stopped.
    DeeZ
     
  8. SamMaster

    SamMaster Master of the Super Weapons

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    Get an enermax or other quality PSU. It needs to have over 20A on the 12V rails.
     
  9. SamMaster

    SamMaster Master of the Super Weapons

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    your video card should still be under warranty via the manufacturer since you bought it less then a year ago. And most offer 2-3 year warranties on their video cards too so yeah. You'll only have to pay for shipping. You can also try for a cross-ship option which they charge a certain amount for deposit, but you'll get your card faster then having to wait for 3 weeks.
     

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