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Picture break up with ATI Radeon x1650 pci

Hi. I have a Advent PC running and x1650 ati radeon card. This has all worked very well until over months it has progressively had problems running games with 3d graphics. It started with some picture break up progressing to multiple lines and angles. Anything other than gaming works very well. I have tried re-installing and updating the drivers to no avail. i am assuming the card is done for?

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  • undermark5 Nov 06, 2008

    i am trying to play a hd game but the image is all chopped up and zoommed in way close and this is like all of these lines going of to a vanishing point somewhere of the screen



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You already take some steps i hope,you try to warranty
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If you think the Radeon card is overheating you can check this by simply touching the card after it's been running for sometime. Some Radeon cards (high end) do have this problem. PC cases that do not have sufficient fresh air flow cause problems not just to video cards but to everything inside the case. The design of the HIS Radeon X1650 is less than sufficient. Keeping air flow contained. One way in & one way out. This issue is so important many companies creat sites to help you cool your card.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=196
Your Radeon X1650 Pro IceQ II runs ATI's chips. Installing the latest software is recomended. Download from here:
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