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Getting Video Drivers up to speed

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Try Speedfan. Myself I normally crack the case and have a feel inside but that's just me. :)
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That's normally what I do also, and the graphics card does feel quite warm, but I if it was abnormally warm I don't have a correct temp card to compare it to, so that's why I was looking for some hard data, and I'll make sure to run Speedfan.
I think the problem has to do with Direct3D specifically though, since like I mentioned previous the Direct 3D test was rendering the cube that is supposed to be spinning way too quickly. The cube was spinning so quickly that the image was completely warped. I was going to take video by using Fraps, but my copy of that was lost so I'll have to re-download it.
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