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Graphics Card Problem

I think something is wrong with the GPU because a lot of 3-d applications have weird stuff on the screen. I think i need a new graphics card. My mother board has 5 PCI slots and 1 AGP slot, i am not sure which one my graphics card is but i think it is PCI. I do not know what caused the problem in the first place, overheating?, and if was overheating i do not know what would be a good way to solve it.

And would getting a new graphics card solve the problem, o ya i got a NVIDIA Geforce fx 5200. I don't know if their might be something physicaly wrong with the card.

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    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Is this card an AGP card?

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Im sure that is AGP, because we have the same video card on my other computer. your PCI slot is for sound cards, link modem, etc.. whenever your playing games make sure that you put the video option in to medium or low because that starts the heat of your video card when you use it into the limit. Try to cool the video card if its happening the heat again by using a fan and aim it to the video cards.

Others are overclocking their video cards to push the capability of the video card over the limit. their using a cooling fan or a tube like to maintain the temperature of their video cards. hope that helps

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