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Graphics when trying to use the games the graphics are fragmented.

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  • ptwk Jan 21, 2008

    Thank's for your help, problem is the card.



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Do you overclock the card? Sound like the card is getting too hot. Is your system well ventilated?

You could also try updating your video drivers.

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