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Need a overclocker for my graphics card

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I was just wondering what one any of you would suggest cuz i'm getting tired of seeing green spots when I play a game what looks like multi colored static when I am not on a game any suggestions would be nice
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If you are seeing graphical glitches when you are playing a game, that most likely means you either have corrupt drivers installed on your system (which in that case you would update your graphics card drivers) or the video card is going bad itself and would need to be replaced.

Trying to overclock a video card that is already showing graphical problems is not smart and will only cause more of these problems to arise, increasing in severity and regularity.

So what I suggest you do is download the newest drivers for your video card and make sure you have the newest version of DirectX (which is 9.0c) installed on your computer.

If none of that helps, then it's most likely time for a new video card.


Edited by Fenor, 25 June 2006 - 07:34 PM.

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