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    I'm guessing it might be your power supply if you know your video card and other system specs can handle the resolution of the games your playing. I call them video game hiccups that I think you might be experiencing. Does it happen all the time or just after your system been turned on for awhile and the PSU's had a little time to get warm and unstable? And are you running one of those power hungey video cards that need to be plugged into the PSU?

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    Sponge i highly doubt its the psu. Because all he is running is a fx5600, so the cpu is not the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianBatman
    Sponge i highly doubt its the psu. Because all he is running is a fx5600, so the cpu is not the problem.
    Its possibly not the PSU, but I've had it happen with all the newer cards I've ever tinkered with, which include a FX5200, FX 5700Ultra, and a FX5900 and every moderen ATI card I own, he never did mention the PSU he is using, but I only took a guess at the problemo at hand and that is one of several things it could be. I'm aware the resolution he is using seems high for that card as you have already hinted at so that could very well be his problem but then again it depends on what he's tring to run (right?).

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    The fx5200, fx5600, and and some ati cards do not use a power connector to get their power supply. The fx5900, r9500 and up uses power connectors. But dude's case, he is using a fx5600 which i don't think can handle high resolutions.
    Your right, it depends on what he is trying to run, but his problem isn't the psu. I think he is better off getting the 9700 that he is talking about in his first post. :cheers:
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    Like I said before, the sis 1.17(1.15b or higher) vxd agp driver is required no matter what gfx card you have. Did this fix the problem? y/n
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