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  1. Reviews talk of high temps and quick burn-outs though.
  2. My hard drive finally died on me tonight and I'm looking to buy something decent off of NewEgg. My price range is pretty much around $50-60. Any suggestions on a good replacement, links or even brand?
  3. http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores...#specifications This is the model of television. The specifications state a 16:9 Aspect Ratio with a native resolution of 1920x1080. With the adapter, with which I do believe my card came with, I'll be able to display on the television the max resolution that the card can support? EDIT: The model of video card is a NVidia 9800GT.
  4. I just recently picked up a 32" HDTV and am now looking for a way to use it as a monitor for my PC system. A little research shows that my current card only has DVI input, too low of resolution to make it worth it for my purposes; to game. Here's my question. If I bought a DVI to HDMI adapter for the display, would that allow for my television to display higher resolutions with greater quality? My max resolution for the card being 1680x1050.
  5. So .. I'm confused. Everest Ultimate is showing a GPU Diode but apparently the GigaByte 9800 GT model doesn't support heat detection. Does that mean I should disregard the 74 reading it was giving me under load?
  6. Everest Ultimate, downloaded the trial, is showing the 9800 GT diode. I expect that's the sensor? In any case, I've clocked a max so far of 74 degrees under load. Too high?
  7. It doesn't list the 9800 GT. Just the others.
  8. I installed it and didn't mess with a setting, it doesn't display.
  9. HWMonitor doesn't display GPU temperature for me.
  10. I downloaded GPU-Z and under sensors it's only showing core and memory clock, nothing about temperature.
  11. Hey all. Thanks to a few posts here in another thread of mine I found a program to monitor the heating of my CPU's. However, recent artifacting during gameplay of Empire: Total War has caused me to try and ferret out something that can track my GPU's heat. What I've tried doesn't seem to work, like Everest. I'm beginning to wonder if it doesn't have a sensor for tracking? I'm running a NVIDIA 9800 GT.
  12. Just out of curiosity, what's the minimum wattage for a PSU that could safely run this card at 256MB of video RAM?
  13. So, what's the smart thing here? With 1g at the lower speed, I can get 1g and 512mb total towards gaming. However, would it be worth the trade off in regards to lower speed for a higher maximum of available memory?
  14. To run, they need to be the same speed, right? I couldn't have 1g of 3200 and 1g of 2700?
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