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Vga over heated

I have inno3D 8500GT 1GB DDR2 in some games after playing for 1m lead to over heat which lead to restart the windows

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  • scarry_22_86 Nov 30, 2008

    i donot think so but also i have core 2 due intel

  • scarry_22_86 Nov 30, 2008

    i donot think so but also i have core 2 due intel

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Have you tried a bigger PSU, i have exactly the same card, OC above 800MHZ Core and bang windows restart until clocks default. bought a  bigger PSU 1000W and its fine bit hot 80 degrees C but its 45 idle so not to bad considering the ammount it has been clocked  

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Your cpu fan not working correctoly. need to check it. if issue is presist add a heatsink on the chip .

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