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Underclock too much could damage video card?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Derek12, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. Fourstaff

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    Tatty, you should stop staring at your avvy and start reading :p

    Nice temps, btw. We can never see 40C in temps in tpu. I think you should keep everything at stock, the card is weak as it is (unless winter fuel is expensive)
     
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    Yeah but the games I use are relatively old and I don't game much I prefer noiseless computer :(
    Now I have a critical problem with the onboard:
    BTW I removed the video card and now I'm using the onboard (ATI Radeon X2100) for testing purposes and for giving it a second try, and it's more quiet, but when I ran 3D like WebGL examples (I didn't tried games yet), the 3D ran fine and seconds later the computer hung and 1 sec later showed a gray scren with white vertical lines :eek:, is my onboard video blown? I use the generic Windows 7 drivers... I'll update them soon...
    However I'm using Aero and it is fine, no crashes...
    Many thanks
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2010
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    @Tatty_One , please! post where you got your avatar so we could all have this nice gift for Christmas (full size picture would be nice :respect: :D)
     

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