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Biz
October 21st 03, 06:31 AM
Try switching to 4X AGP and see if it fixes it. The gains between 4X and 8X
are almost negligable. If it fixes your problem, all the better
"Eyman" > wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> First of all Ive got the following components
>
> - Leadtek A280 Geforce 4 Ti4200 with AGP 8x with 45.33 WHQL drivers
> - Asus A7N8X Deluxe motherboard with latest bios (1007) and nforce drivers
> (2.45)
> - AMD Athlon 2600+ XP
> - 512Mb PC2700 ram (Kingmax)
> - WinXP Home SP1 with latest patches
> - DirectX 9
> - Raptor SATA HDD
> - 480W Antec Truepower PSU
> - 2 x 120mm case fans
> - vantec aeroflow cpu fan
>
> The problem Im having is that games such as (max payne 2 and hitman 2)
crash
> to the desktop after 15 minutes of game play.
>
> Ive disable vertical sync in the nvidia control panel settings and this
has
> helped a bit but they still tend to crash with no errors or bluescreens
back
> to the desktop.
>
> Ive disabled AA and AF but this doesn't make a difference. Ive also
changed
> the nvidia performance and quality settings with no help.
>
> Ive also tried the newer 52.xx series of drivers with the same problem.
>
> I dont think it is the cooling as there are 2 120mm fans as well as a
vantec
> aeroflow cooler keeping the cpu at about 40 degrees under load. the gpu
> reports about 50 degrees under load as well.
>
> Can anyone please shed some light on resolving this issue.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Eyman
>
>
>