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I just recently purchased a 6600 gt in hopes of getting best frame rates without paying the BIG bucks ie 6800 7800 but now I am questioning my decision.

I have had errors in almost EVERY 3d game that I've tried to run. Quake 4 flips out, UT 2k4 wont even run a map, Diablo II (not even a demanding 3d game)locks up a lot, and Pariah in game videos run terribly.

My main concern is the reason why my games close up, lock, don't load or just don't plain work more than frame rates!

I plan on replacing it along with my PSU - FSP 400 W. I'm guessing it is the biggest problem of all.
 

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Please post the following... If you need help identifying parts please visit www.lavalys.com and download Everest Home.

CPU: Make, speed. Overclocked?
RAM: Amount, speed, type. Overclocked?
Motherboard: Make, chipset, BIOS.
Video: Make, chip, RAM, interface, drivers. Overclocked?
OS: Make, version. Updates?


This information will help us to determine a possible cause for your problem. An example would look like this...

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3400+. 2.4Ghz. Not overclocked.
RAM: 1GB, PC3200, DDR. Not overclocked.
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-K8NS Pro, nVidia nForce3 250, F12 BIOS.
Video: BFG, nVidia Geforce 6800 GT, 256MB, AGP 8x, Detonator 77.77. OC'd 20Mhz.
OS: Microsoft, Windows XP Professional. Service Pack 2.
 

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Roger.

CPU: Athlon 64 3000 not oced
RAM: 1 gig ddr 400 nor oced kingston
Motherboard: Abit AN8 SLi nF4
Video: PNY 6600 gt 128 ddr3 pciE cd drivers...
OS: Xp Pro SP 2

Good to hear it works for someone.
 
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