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I have an NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti200 and I think it might be overheating. One of the games that I play says so. Do you think it is just the game or is it actually overheating? My card doesn't have a temperature sensor, is there a simpler way to tell if it's smoking hot? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
This is an older gpu and not up to the standard of today's modern games. I recommend upgrading to a Nvidia 7000 series. Your current GeForce3 is designed for the agp slot. I would recommend upgrading the motherboard at some point to one with pci-e support so you can move up to the newer 8000 and 9000 series gpus.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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