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All the sudden i start getting Frames per second lag
In games i touched to feel the Heatsink its atleast
more then 100 Degrees im running

Windows vista 32-bit
600W coolmax psu
8800 GTS OC 512MB
2x 1G kingston Ram
CoolerMaster XDREAM cpu Cooler
P5N-D ASUS MotherBoard SLi PCI Express 2.0
120G western digital

im guessing the Onboard VGA graphics
are interferring with the 8800 GTS
and causing Bad FPS Lag

is my video card Fried?
 

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Hi Fase,

Please download Speedfan from my signature and record your temperatures from there.
Post them whilst idle and in-game after about 10 minutes.

You said you touched the heatsink while the computer was powered on, this is not recommended as it could cause damage to components so in the future only touch internal components of the PC when it is powered off (preferably with an anti static wristband).

Thanks.
 

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I use to feel the video card and it would be hot
now my heatsink is . onboard VGA graphics is interferring and causing lag
I think ? oh and floop there in game scores
 

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Remove the heatsink, clean the thermal paste off the CPU, reapply some fresh paste, reattach the heatsink, blow out any dust with a can of compressed air, reboot and check the temperatures again.
 

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What temperature is the northbridge?

It's not a good idea to touch the motherboard while the computer is running. The static can cause permanent damage.

See post #4 where Floop asked you to post the results from Everest.
 

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Don't touch the north bridge. You can damage the computer if you touch anything on the motherboard while the computer is switched on.

Close down Windows and boot into BIOS to see the temperatures and PSU voltages.

Boot back into Windows and run Everest. Go to the Computer>Sensor section.

Run Core Temp. It will show you the Core temperatures.

Post back with the BIOS readings and screenshots from Everest and Core Temp.
 

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Which is it, 60C or 39C?

Is that in BIOS or Everest?

What are the rest of your temperatures and voltages?
 
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