Oh yes, and the guy is a genius because he tells us to do what normally people would do to try to solve a computer problem. Lots of other users have no temp problems even with the 4 series so why do you have a temp issue? edit: make sure your pci express freq = 100hz not auto if overclocking. Report cpoluk- Feb 13, 2009 at 03:59 PM Reading what you said about finding out if the processor is good.
I did all the tests mentioned in the forum including the heating test of the CPU and the fan test for the power supply and everyting seems to work properly. go to totalbf2142.com forums , they have this whole issue there , after i fixed bsod , i keep freezing upinto the game liek 10-20 minutes or so , sound loop Vantec fan facing card: windows took longer to load up and the card heated up faster resulting with graphical spots etc. One day we suddenly got a BSOD.
Or maybe I should just get a water cooler so that I can play Civ 5, uh huh. Few (if any) other games do this. Report Rickster› DJ AKSHAY - Mar 1, 2010 at 06:22 PM My son has built a computer from scratch and the first 2 PSUs were faulty - so we used the I let it cool briefly, and VOILA - screen fully functioning.
Thanks - JSR Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Mar 23, 2009 at 04:27 AM Hi bro, whats up? Doing this lets them save a few dollars a card. Software can only overheat hardware if the hardware can't deal with the load. Troubleshooting Graphics Card Can'tnbelieve this worked! 10/05/2013 by Noah This is a perfect example of what I love about the internet!
When I had to restart again after loading the driver it locked up again at the boot up. I didn't have a temp measuring software running at the time, but will say the thing was HOT. In the end it was a bad moterboard. http://newwikipost.org/topic/7YYtrw6SURRGzYQc6v65jgXBPijviMLk/help-gpu-overheating-nvidia-geforce-g210m.html I think it's the latest PB release, but I could be wrong.
anyways go here , this is where i learned how to fix this new problem. Graphics Card Crashing When Playing Games Steam Users' Forums > Steam Game Discussions > Q - S > Sid Meier's Civilization series > I stop playing until they fix the graphics overheat problem PDA View Full Version I would recommend you backup your important data by taking the hard disk to another PC and connecting it externally by connecting it via an IDE/USB cable or an external enclosure. My nephew has enjoyed uninterrupted use of his laptop that I reballed in 2011 for him.
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Finally there is a request from me. I'm not sure if I am testing out the drivers correctly so that could still be a possibility. Answer: Either Firaxis programmers simply do not have the ability to program in an efficient manner or the software is buggy. They haven't fixed the dual graphics card problem yet. Graphics Card Freezes Computer Randomly
Thanks for your help. A light is glowing alright on monitor and it says check CPU I checked with my wire connections and even tried with a new power supply wire to cpu but things Maybe your buddies down at Firaxis should spend some time answering emails on this issue. Talk about being arrogant.
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After the blanket fix, the MBP on average operated under CPU 55°C and GPU 65°C, this is more than on a comparable healthy machine, which supports the theory of only superficial When I reinstalled the games and ran them the same thing happened. And in a god aweful case a 465 running it in DX11 at 55c, all have vysc set on. Gpu-z Then you need to do this again.
I kind of doubt that overheating is the issue as the place I just moved to is rather cool where I keep the comp and if heat was a problem it I just powered it on now, 24 hours later and it's chimed and booted. Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Apr 27, 2009 at 11:02 AM Well dear, I suspect a motherboard failure. Regards, ken Report sruman- Jan 15, 2009 at 05:29 AM Ok, I have the same problem.
Report Dmt94666- Jul 9, 2009 at 09:14 AM Hi I removed my memory and theres no beeping sounds also I had a look at my processor and it has some chips Rainbow SIx Vegas 5. Report sothankful- Feb 16, 2009 at 02:31 PM Thank you DJ Ash! It's all here at this link http://support.gateway.com/s/PC/R/1014956R/1014956Rsp2.shtml (http://support.gateway.com/s/PC/R/1014956R/1014956Rsp2.shtml) I've made a few alterations to it though over the past few years though.
Report rr_sookoo- Mar 11, 2010 at 02:08 AM First off, I'd like to compliment you on your vast knowledge, DJ. Thanks. Triple6, Jun 5, 2010 #5 hoakan Thread Starter Joined: Jun 5, 2010 Messages: 10 GPU fan is set in nvidia system tools. Either turn your fans up, get a better case or GPU cooler or sell your PC and buy a PS3 (you can fold on that and Sony only botch 1-2 updates
When it's their PC generally. CAUSE : THE CPU POWER SUPPLY FAN (ALSO COOLS THE PROCESSOR) HAD FAILED THUS CAUSING PROCESSOR TO OVERHEAT . This procedure makes it work for about 1 month. Now considering a GTX 470 is 50-70% more powerful (when you start to add AA)than a 4890 if your running the game in DX10 at 1080p or below your OLD GPU
I also bothered to check other tech forums (not just have a whine on steam, web browsers have a thing called bookmarks...) to see if there was an issue related to I note you have not even stated your CPU speed or OC and how that may also be affecting your GPU performance or heat. harry.., Sep 22, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 3 Views: 231 crjdriver Sep 23, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies.