Question about ASUS EN8800GTX/HTDP GeForce 8800GTX, (768 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card

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Problem Hy A my name David. I live on Hungary. Indulgence because of the bad English. I replaced it the video my card Asus EAX1650pro to Asus EN8800Gt .The current video card the picture disintegrates independently because of a game will be spotted and frost. I am asking you help,what may be the trouble how because the videocard was expensive. :) Motherboard:Asrock 945G-DVI Power:Sp-ATX-420WTN-PFC CPU:Intel Celeron D 360 and there is a not integrated sound card a TV tuner if the trouble would be the motherboard then which one you would offer? Asus P5K Asus P5KC Gigabyte Ga-EP35C-DS3R You are something else would be needed?

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I would take these steps to resolve the problem.

First, go here http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us and update the drivers, check if it is working

If that does not work, reseat the videocard (Take out and put back in.)

If that does not work, make sure the power supply 6pin AUX cable is plugged into the videocard so it has enough power.

I hope these steps help ya resolve your problem.

I own a 8800 series and they are nice cards!

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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