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Thread: "pixelation" problem when playing games. (ss's ins




  1. #21
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    Once you fit the heatsinks its permanant. Also you don't have to be overclocking to have a heat problem, if your case doesn't circulate enough fresh air thru the system will cause the same problem. ;)
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    ok, but i had my system open and i was still having the problem :( i guess ill trade in the card and then put heat sinks on the new one.

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    When ya have the case open did ya try with a desk fan blowing into it? :?:
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    Realjones, have you tried with different videocard? I mean that would easily tell you if the problem is your videocard (or drivers) or maybe something else.

    I had similar, yet totally different problems and I blamed my videocard at first. Then I put in a old 4mb pci svga card and it also gave the same problems. In the end it was faulthy athlon thunderbird processor. Still had guarantee on it so something good in all that bad stuff..


    Andy

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    andy....yes i have. i have a spare geforce2 mx200 lying around and my computer (and graphics) work fine with this old card in. so i am sure it is the video card.

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    wiggo....tried the fan thing too still having problems. returned the card.

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