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Random BSOD's

jaxxxon

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#1
Getting the odd BSOD last few days. Only when I start a new 3D game, so I'm guessing graphics card. I have x1900xt just under a year old, receintly started making a slight but detectable whirring noise when I run graphics intensive games, more detectable when i use ati 3D tool to test.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

Solaris17

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#2
if i remember right its a resistor my 9800 did it that or its the fan eather way its electrical in fact im willing to bet its the fan because by default when they start getting used the fan will increase rpm to compinsate....at any rate i really dont think its anything to worry about.