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Hey all, i seem to be having a big problem with my computer recently. My computer will rune fine for 5 minutes then as soon as i go to play any game it goes all laggy and crap. i cant really play any games anymore, Is this an over heating problem? I had bought a new Gigabyte GeForce 6200 agp 8x. This is when everything went down hill. I had reformatted 2 times to see if anything would change. Any ideas?
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Ok i did a memtest86 and it picked up this




Here we are. Memtest picked up this,

Wall time Cached RsvdMem MemMap Cache ECC Test Pass
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0:27:13 512MB 20M e820-std on off Std 1

Errors
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1




Tst pass Failing adress good bad
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8 0 00009725eb4 - 151.3Mb ffffffff f7fffffff

err-bits
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08000000





Can anyone make heads or tails out of this?
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Ok i got 2 new ram sticks and i am still having the same problem with lag time in games.
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