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  • thehowes7 Mar 03, 2009

    my mainboard is the asus a7n8x.one gig of pc 3200 ram 256nvidia card.Its running at 3200mhz.It does it with any game,even the kids lego game.I have a few more like this one,however this particular pc i just got.Not sure how to tell if it is overclocked.Not real familiar with overclocking.I thank you for your time ,and any info.:)

  • shaunvfx May 11, 2010

    Well, your problem isn't all that descriptive.



    I would venture to guess your memory on your video card or mainboard is over heating. Are you overclocking the computer in any way?



    What game are you running?

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How long have you had the computer and when did the problem start?

Have you tried going to www.nvidia.com to download the latest drivers? I would definitely start here and make sure you have the best drivers before we trouble shoot any further.

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