Question about Evga NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285,, PCI Express Video Card
I agree. Probably cooling problems. Get evga precision and check out your avg temps. SHOULD ALWAYS STAY BELOW 80C
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Make sure you have the correct, updated drivers for the card, try the card on another system, otherwise it is a os error, start up your system, go to the bois, reset the bois to default, reinstall the os u have, and the driver if it doesnt work the card is faulty or your motherboaur pci express slots, u can also try puting more fans inside or, get better cooling systemthe card might be over heating then kicks out to protect you, or the game is corrupt, if it is a cracked version, rather buy orginal or install the latest updates ?
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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