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In game graphic card goes mad.

Hi. i bought en 7600 gs graphic card. it' just new and while i play the game ingame view is mixing. and i will send you the problem's pictures which i saved to show you. it occures in all games and i will show you some of those games. first it occured in nfs carbon. here is the link: second in delta force i saw it. here is the link: my previous card was 660 le and same problem was occured there and i decided it by that reason either. hope you to help me. thanks from now.

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Re: in game graphic card goes mad.

It was fixed. technician said that the problem was because of software. there was no problem about hardware. windows settings fixed for my card and i dont know what the problem was.

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Re: in game graphic card goes mad.

I've only seen this happen when the card is failing- usually from heat (did you overclock the card?), sometimes from power reulation issues. Most likely, the card is ruined. What is the wattage on your power supply? Id the power supply is a little weak, spring for a better one- they aren't very expensive. Your best option is to return the card immediately, be careful if you overclock it, make sure you have enough fans/cooling apparatus in your PC case (these are also cheap), and make sure you have a decent PSU.

Posted on May 23, 2007

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