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Geforce gtx 650

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  1. Marchell

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    I have an I5-3470 pc with 8gb of ram and a nvidia geforce gtx 650 graphics card..

    I recently installed paladins becuase it is one of the few games I enjoy upon opening it my game will crash and it will say something about "display driver nvidia windows kernel stopped responding and has successfully recovered" it keeps on doing this and I cant do anything , can someone please help me?
     

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    Before anyone can help you, you need to post a LOT more info. Post the following; exact motherboard, exact ram, exact pw supply, etc, etc. Do not post "500W pw supply" Post the exact brand and model# Do that for all of your parts. If this is by chance a big box system ie dell, hp, whatever, post the exact brand, model# and service tag#
    Next it would help if you posted your temps and voltages; specifically cpu temp, 12V, 5V, and 3.3V values.

    One last item. I notice from your pic you are using a the latest nvidia driver. Those are not really for obsolete hardware like a 650. I would really look at installing a driver from 2014~15; those are optimized for your card.
     
  3. Marchell

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    I'm not to sure about the psu but I know it's a 650w
    Can you maybe send a link where I could find the 2014 driver so I can download them.
    Sorry very new to the pc game, this is literally my first pc and I bought it second hand
     

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    No problem. Here is a link to the nvidia site;
    https://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
    You input your card, what operating system, etc then click the link that says beta and old drivers. You will be presented with a list of drivers and dates. Choose one more applicable to your card. Your video card was released in late 2012 so choose a driver from late 13 or mid 14. That one will be optimized for your card.
    When you do the install, choose to clean install the driver [it is an option] This removes all previous settings, etc.
     
  5. Marchell

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    I'm trying that now but if it doesnt work ,would getting a nee gpu work?
     
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    Before spending money on a new card, you need to list your exact specs, temps, and voltages as outlined in post #2
    Most motherboard mfg have purpose designed monitoring software available on the support page. Since we have no idea what motherboard you have installed, it is impossible to give you a link to the support page.
     
  7. Marchell

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    See I dont mind switching to a diffrent graphics card becuase I was looking for a new one and I have my eyes on a msi radeon rx 570 armor 8gb oc but I'm not sure if it compatible with my pc
     

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    No one can tell you if it is compatible until you post all of your exact specs.
     
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