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Hi adarsh9022, first tell me what graphic card you are using, The way i look it is due to you graphic card because it is not support higher resolution try to lower down the graphics setting in game and disable vsync also lower down other advanced setting in game.
Well if all of the fans are running on high, there shouldn't be a heat issue. I would install www.hmonitor.com and check and make sure heat is the actual issue. There could be a problem with the card itself and not necessarily caused by heat. You can try downloading the latest drivers for it.. but to me, if heat isn't the issue, the card probably has an issue and will need to be sent back to the manufacturer.
Pete - That's a message telling you that your graphics card doesn't have the oomph to run the game at that high a resolution.
I Think from that message you're using the onboard graphics and not a separate faster graphics card.
Have you tried replacing your monitor or lcd with a higher resolution or configuration? If not please do so. Because even thou you have a high graphics card but your monitor or lcd does not support your hardware requirements, it won't work at all. Try using an LCD with HDMI port or a higher model of LCD that are applicable in watching videos or playing games.
You wont be able to play a "demanding" game on any integrated graphics chip. While you may be able to start the game and load into it, it will be unplayable, or a painful experience at low resolution at best. I play World of warcraft, which isnt very taxing on a system, unless you put settings on ultra and high shadows. I can play it on my laptop with the same chipset that you have, but i am forced to play at the lowest resolution, and turn all settings to off/lowest, and it still only gives me 20ish frames per second. Ideally you would want to never dip below 30 to be playable As far as the HDMI port, that is just how the video signal is being sent after leaving the video card/chip. Even with the HDMI, your lack of dedicated graphics will be your limiting factor, and will not get any better by sending it through HDMI.
Check your antivirus software. This seems to be the problem of something running in the background when you are playing the game. If it would have been the Graphics card, the game would not have worked, or would have given errors.
Try to disable your antivirus or any other program that may be running in the background. Then check once again.
That computer can handle an 8800GTX because it does have 1 PCIe x16 slot for it, which is what the card requires. It also should have enough power for that card as well. I imagine the Quadro is in the PCIe x16 slot though so you have to choose which card to use, not both.
Quadro cards are for workstations that are for 3D modeling and things of that nature. They are very expensive graphics cards but do not play games all that well. I imagine the 8800GTX would play games better, and certainly run Crysis if the resolusion and settings are not on HIGH.