Error messages i have taken for all to see, plz help! thx

Discussion in 'Video Cards, Displays and TV Tuners' started by Jecht, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. Jecht

    Jecht Big Geek

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    :swear: i am starting to lead towards a heat issue from my crash problems, but i will let you guys have a look at these 3 pictures i snapped directly after i received a " system has recovered from a serious error" message after my full boot. here they are :

    http://www.geocities.com/69stingray@sbcglobal.net/error.JPG

    http://www.geocities.com/69stingray@sbcglobal.net/error2.JPG

    http://www.geocities.com/69stingray@sbcglobal.net/error3.JPG

    save picture and zoom if needed, thx

    hope you guys can get a better idea of my problem with these pictures, please let me know asap thx bunches

    added note: u know why guys , i think its heat, battlefield 2 gets nowhere around 90C , ut2k4 stays around 70C, doom 3 gets as high as 85C, and FEAR...well, that game is crashing at 98-99C!!! everytime too
     
  2. sabashuali

    sabashuali Ani Ma'amin

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    Hmmmmmmm, yup this smells of heat a bit :confused:

    Are you serious? Are these the temps that your system reports while playing?

    Please read this thread - http://www.hardwareforums.com/showthread.php?t=8109

    Please read the first reply by Pelvis.
    What are your temps when idle?
     
  3. Jecht

    Jecht Big Geek

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    yeah those are the temps of those games while playing : ( my idle gpu temps are core=60-62C ambient=45-46C
     
  4. sabashuali

    sabashuali Ani Ma'amin

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    Hi

    Sorry my bad...

    I thought you were talking about your CPU.

    Whay don't you search the forum for threads related to GPU temps to see.
    It sounds extremely hot though...
     
  5. pelvis_3

    pelvis_3 HWF Member For Life

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    With those temperatures, it's to be expected. While the GF 6800 does produce a considerable amount of heat, 90*C and above is ridiculous.
    Check that your heatsink is fitted properly on the Video Card, give your case and all other components a good clean with some compressed air or a brush, and i have to say it - AS5, smear some of that heavenly goop on the video card's GPU and see if it makes a difference!
     
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