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Xternal

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#1
Hi everyone, It's me again with video card problems again this is so dissapointing. :shadedshu

Is my video card dying already ? :banghead:
(random freezes and drivers stop working)

Pcs+ 5770
 

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#2
very odd, video card overheating maybe
 

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#3
Almost looks like memory artifacts.

First thing you need to do is set everything back to stock clocks. Remove all overclocks.
 

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#4
very odd, video card overheating maybe
Well it idles around 46c goes up to maybe 65c gaming can't comfirm.This happened today after playing 8 hours of mass effect 2 ... :(

Almost looks like memory artifacts.

First thing you need to do is set everything back to stock clocks. Remove all overclocks.
I Can't slider won't go less than 1225
 

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#5
Uncheck the "Enable ATI Overdrive" and restore defaults.