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Hello Guys, i my monitor will not display anything even if the system unit is running? and processor is abnormally heating, i just bought a new vga card and it started this, i have intel core 2 duo @ 1.86GHZ, Asus Radeon EAH5670 VGA, 2GB RAM. The VGA require 400W power and i have 450, for the past 3 days my pc has not been stable, but i was working after i installed the new VGA. But now it wont display and the processor keeps heating. Please help a brother out, if you have any idea send to raskabroni@yahoo.com

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Hurm,try change the processor fan.. or your monitor did not support the vga card.... monitor have the resolution.. or you can change the power supply to 500w..

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