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Computer freezes when playing games!

Discussion in 'Games' started by Cythen, Mar 30, 2010.

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  1. Cythen

    Cythen Thread Starter

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    Hi guys i have a little problem when ever i play a game after 10min and up to 2 hours my computer will lock up. What happens is ill be playing a game like WoW or lineage 2 and the screen distorts really bad or the screen will just go black. It locks up my computer and i have to manually restart the computer each time this happens and it only happens when im playing a game. I have updated all my video drivers windows updates things like that. I have also ran stress tests on my Video card but everything seems fine with those tests i am at a complete loss as to whats happening. the comp is about 3 months old and this started about a month ago and its getting more frequent. If anyone has any ideas or has run into this problem before any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


    Specs:
    Amd phenom x4 2.3ghz
    Gigabyte AMD 769 HDMI MB
    Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512mb 256-bit
    G.SKILL 4gb(2 x 2gb) ram
    Windows 7 OS
    WD 160gb HD
     
  2. Nebastion

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    Any Strange noises? Like unusually loud fans?

    Did you contact the People you Bought it off?

    Could be over heating, What kind of case is it in?
     
  3. p0tn00dl3

    p0tn00dl3

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    Sounds like a Graphics card overheat issue but have also seen this caused by a Faulty 12v rail on the PSU. Check that the fan for your GPU is not mucked up with dust.
     
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