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If there were a voltage issue it is more likely that the system would crash sooner. I think it more likely that your system/video card is overheating as it heats up during gameplay.
You can see if this is the case easily enough - just take the cover off of the case, and put a fan to blow the warm air out. Play, and see if the problem goes away. If so, you can invest in a better hsf for the overheating card or cpu or mobo chip, whichever turns out to be the problem.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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