The same thing happened with me 9 months back...card went bad...I got a new one.
I installed a Sunbeam CoreContact Freezer (CPU Cooler) with a Tuniq TX-2 thermal paste today, everything seems fine, my computer is...
3>You can get an s-video to VGA converter
You have the answer in your question itself..the 260 will beat 5770 and I'd suggest nVidia over ATI, you should go for the GTX 260.
BIOS>>Primary display device as PCi-E?
AFAIK, an SLi configuration will not give you exactly double the performance just because you are using two cards..so i would suggest you go for...
48 degrees is not a problem at all..my CPU has been runnin at 70 under load for over 6 months now without any problem be it...
You haven't mention how the performance is when you actually run the games...do the games run fine? Check if there are performance issues in...
For what hardware you are running...you need a better PSU...a 400W one will not suffice. What is the amperage on the 12V Rail and how many 12V...
Yes you can without a problem...consider getting a better card though :)
^What you mention is a low-end card..with the configuration our topic starter has..he should go for what BoBBYI986 suggested :) +1 to BoBBYI986
Will a Corsair TX650W fit your budget? If yes, I'd suggest you go for that. :)
I'd suggest this :
Newegg.com - CORSAIR CMPSU-650TX 650W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Compatible with...
PCI Express 2.0 x16 would be best :)
AFAIK, the card will work but not up to its full performance..so you I suggest you get a better power supply :)
Why dont you go for a Corsair tx650
PCI-e x16 2.0 graphic cards and motherboards are backwards compatible with PCI-e x16 stuff.. :)
Right click on START and "Explore All Users" if you haven't tried that already?
Try formatting it via cmd once? The command is format (drive name) - without the brackets
I'll keep that in mind..thanks :)
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