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Feb 9, 2009 at 6:47 PM #7 davidhopar New Member Joined: Feb 8, 2009 Messages: 14 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs System Name: HP Rig Processor: Dual Core 2.8Ghz Cooling: Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. I can do an OS re-install but would only want to do that as a last resort as there is nothing else hinky going on other than 3D. get redirected here

The hd 5830 will have 1120 stream processors, a core clocked at 800 mhz, an effective memory speed of 4000mhz, 1024mb, ddr5, dx11, 256bit! Maybe some pins are bented or the psu is not suppling enough power or it's dying.Click to expand... I have the power connector connected via the dvd power cord with a y connector. Here is a link to the PSU I just ordered..... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/problem-with-my-new-geforce-6600-256mb-agp-8x.50804/

May 24, 2006 #7 Rik Banned Posts: 3,814 Yup, their nickname is "kettle lead" because older electric kettles used the same lead. but a 6600 class card? Cooling: Two teeny weeny fans Memory: 2GB DDR3 @ Stock (1066MHz) - waiting for cheaper 8GB kits Video Card(s): 9400m/9600mGT 256MB - almost always using 9400m due to heat and battery

Unfortunate that you bought from a person, I'd try and ask them about it, unless they warned that it was sold as seen without warranty, etc. lewbaseball07Dec 27, 2006, 12:22 AM amen to that.... Also how many amps does it provide n the +12v rail(s). See the problem is in your PSU.

During the time either game is loaded, which both use the same source engine, i press no keys on my mouse or keyboard. Adding more ram and a new graphics card will use more power. Overclocking Geforce 6600gt 256mb Is it possible to overclock my graphics card?Geforce 6600gt 256mbWin xp pro, p4 2. 67ghz, 1. 5 ram, asustek p4s800d-x mobo. Can u reexplain please?

Nvidia Geforce 5200 Fx Agp Card Problem I've just purchased a nvidia 5200 fx graphics card and tried to install it on my pc. View 4 Replies . View 5 Replies . As a previous poster mentioned, video cards operate in 2 modes and the 2D mode draws very little power.

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  7. monitor just dint work, After reading Nvidia pitiful excuss for an installation manaul over 1000 times and had been up for almost 2 days.
  8. Now it all runs and keep running without turning off.
  9. I believe that the 6600 gt is 128 bit and not 256 bit like the 9800.

However, i am having no success in getting it to work. View 5 Replies . View 4 Replies . I have also disabled every option for hibernation through the windows control panel, as well as tried forcing a different level of directx for shaders by using the command line option

The Control Panel just suggests that if it ever does get to 127 that bad things will happen. Get More Info I have tried:Resetting the bios. Blagh again. Hard to believe that PS is the problem.

View 8 Replies . Also i really don't see any very fast speed change. I used to have a Geforce MX 420 4x agp that used to work and i know the slot is working because the HD picks up my new card. useful reference Clock is 16384Mhz, it's dead for 100000% I guess thread closed?

When ever i try to play games i will only be shown half of the screen and it will seem extra large. Just when the warranty was over.:shadedshu Feb 9, 2009 at 7:16 PM #14 RadeonX2 New Member Joined: Oct 12, 2008 Messages: 1,197 (0.40/day) Thanks Received: 180 Location: Asia, PH System The OS reinstall is worth a shot as well.

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There is nothing running other than the OS and Norton (even turned Norton off temporarily). When i'm in a game, i can play for like anywhere from 6-20 minutes, then my entire pc/system crashes, and i'm forced to restart by the power button. I hear my computer startup and everything is working, but no display. Still not even the 3D screen saver will work.

Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases It does have a six pin adapter to fit the card. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem or ...? this page choknutiDec 29, 2006, 7:14 AM ooops sorry again i miss read your post So what is the temp like under load?

Ask a question and give support. I did a fresh install of windows xp, install every thing but when I install the nvidia driver (latest) for my asus 6800 ge 256MB, the screen go black with a Which leads me to believe that it is a setting related to the GPU itself or in the BIOS or a driver. PureVideo TechnologyNVIDIA PureVideo™ technology is a combination of the new GeForce 6 Series GPUs’ high-definition video processor and NVIDIA video decode software that delivers unprecedented picture clarity, smooth video, accurate color,

solved Is Geforce 6600 GT any use for me? But when i use the computer for awhile the monitor freezes. My card used to run 58C idle and 78+C when loaded with 23C ambient until I installed a Zalman VF700Cu and now it only reaches 58C when loaded. Posted On: August 17th 2006 .

This probably was the case with this card too, and if it is still under warranty, you should RMA it. View Related Posts . . Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The only GPU in its class with support for Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 and with support for PCI Express, the GeForce 6600 delivers ultra-realistic effects, unmatched features, and rock-solid

View 5 Replies . Have been searching for the same card on google and pictures, NOTHING found Aah well, don't know what to do.

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