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Asus Geforce4 Ti 4200 video garphic card gets hot while in proces

Hi sir, this is graphic card i am using Asus Geforce4 Ti 4200 its gets hot and screen get blackout and complete dead but cpu process normally but screen get blackout so whats the main problem should the cards firware problem or structure of graphic card ?

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Hmm... sometimes it happen to me also, be sure that you've installed your software or else it may cause the troble. I suggest that you try to upgrade your ram, maybe your video card has been force to over work than normal just because your ram has to low.

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