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Hahaha! Reply 04-02-2014,09:07 PM #2 Zzzlol94 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Mar 2014 Location Norway Posts 116 It's something to do with your GPU and mostly Could anyone give us some more details on how to do it and maybe post some clarifying pictures? But one of the things that changes when you're playing games is how your sound hardware is used.

This page contains some screenshots of video cards which are showing different kinds of visual problems. Community Technical Support Forum. People often advise that you "install the latest drivers" but many forget to do it for their chipset drivers. The GPU gets hot and no fan.

Your PC is in the group of PC's having the first implementation of a UEFI BIOS. Motherboard is the same. The higher the multiplier, the faster it transfers data. Fix #4: slow down your AGP port AGP stands for accelerated graphics port.

Anything I might have done wrong? A restore point allows you to undo software changes you make while trying to solve your video card problem. The chipset makers from time to time put out new chipset drivers to improve compatibility and solve stability problems. It would blow out noticeably warm, almost hot air but with something like Skyrim it barely reaches what I'd call warm.

Fix #5: rig a desk fan to blow into your computer If your video card crashes, hangs, stutters, or gets display corruption a few minutes after you start a game, it That could make a huge difference. What are the other options for solving this problem? TemüjinMarch 23rd, 2011, 12:17 PMI can't really tell if you folks are using open-source ATI radeon driver or proprietary (fglrx/Catalyst).

Toshiba m900. click Doing this maybe really low the temperature, but that would be palliative, wont really solve my problem. HemenesgardOctober 24th, 2010, 05:02 PMJust to update things about the Dell Studio 1557. If you have another video card, even an older one that can't run the games at great settings, I'd toss that in for a bit as well and try to see

But in real life it's better if they are closer than that. news A i7 is going to get really hot running at 2.8ghz, especially with laptop cooling. Paolo HemenesgardMay 1st, 2011, 06:17 PMYou will need to be courageous and disassemble all your laptop, because its not easy to reach there. It is not perfect, but helps a lot.

Fix #6: underclock your video card Some video cards are unstable if you run them at full speed. If the games stop failing or take longer before problems occur, then you have an overheating problem. I also check the temp with an app and it runs @ 50C .......... have a peek at these guys You can run MemTest86 as explained here to test your RAM.

Game7a1 • Those temps are okay. anupcshanSeptember 27th, 2010, 10:05 AMI've had the same issues too. But this rubber is very bad in conducting the heat out the chip, and it cracks over time, becoming useless.

Again, try the graphics drivers first.

http://img854.imageshack.us/img854/1593/ogaaaf01s8jpsv5zwxbiiit.jpg Is it right? Are the fans kicking on? Sun Java will help a small amount with the heat issue as well when you are using any apps or sights utilitzing java. Read more Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Desktops > Hardware > Hot noisy video card Search the Community

I will try this too, but now, after having read several foruns, I really start to think that migth be a hardware problem. Slowing them down can make them work properly. Sometimes removing and then reseating the video card in its expansion slot or disconnecting and reconnecting auxiliary power cables can get it to start working properly. check my blog You can try to fix AGP instability by using a slower multiplier.

I had bought a can of compressed air as well, but the dust stuck so much to the pieces that I doubt it was worth the money. HemenesgardJuly 2nd, 2011, 04:03 AMHi Abhineet The most important issue on this dell studio 1557 is that there is a gap between the graphics chip and the heatsink. AGP can support speed multipliers of 8X (eight times), 4X, 2X, and 1X. Fix #8: test your CPU and RAM Flakey CPU and RAM can cause all kinds of problems.

Hooray for The System! So I wouldn't worry too much about redoing the thermal paste of your gpu unless you really want to do it anyway. So 3.3 volts should be between 3.2 to 3.4 volts. 5 volts should be from about 4.8 to 5.2 and 12 volts should be from 11.6 to 12.4. At least i can still use Windows 7, very very hot, but usable.

abhineetJune 25th, 2011, 09:15 AMHi Hemenesgard, I am facing the same problems with my Dell Studio 1557. They are nice, and there may be new ones that you didn't know about! Maybe you should try the 32 bit version. An AGP expansion slot is a very common way to connect a video card to the motherboard.

The time now is 02:05 PM. Always remember to uninstall your current display driver before installing one. Rabbids - The Lapins Crétins: Invasion - Feedback and Suggestions Rabbids - The Lapins Crétins: Invasion - General Chat Rabbids - The Lapins Crétins: Invasion - Add me - Find new So this is why I say a "740 should work".You will need to verify that your power supply can handle a GT 740.

It is still noisy, grinding sounds sometimes. The most important of these chips are called the chipset. But i used 0.5mm thick copper sheets, didnt find the 0.9 and 0.7mm. I am pretty sure that is a hardware defect.

I've had some Skyrim CTDs but with no warning with those I expect those are mod related. You were right in saying that there is some rubbery material put there, which is now relaced with the copper shims. Since we are out of warranty (and even if we weren't, a motherboard replacement wouldn't solve the problem; hence calling Dell Support isn't worthy... Each crash is exactly the same.