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Problem with pcx5750

I ve just purcheased geoforce pcx 5750 I have asus motherboard,intel celeron cpu,2.8 MH,512mb ram,160gb HD. my problemis that my computer is totaly blocked afterfew minutes from use and somtimes it cant work at all untill I reboot and sometimes everything is fine this is happened after I used the pcx5750.I checked the cnnections and fan they were ok ,any help?

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Re: Problem with pcx5750

Hi, sounds simple to me, Not enough RAM for what you are asking from your system. I would go to at least 1Gb RAM and if you can afford it 2Gb RAM, you can never have too much RAM but you most certainly can have too little. Regards mistyman

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