have you tried lowering the clocks? or same result?
post #21 of 72
11/14/07 at 3:03pm
Post 6,7,10,11, 15, and 19 are all off topic.
On a hardware level, I only suspect the GPU or Mobo.
To make sure its not a software conflict I'd reinstall with only the audio, cpu, gpu, and ethernet drivers. Not even any other software really. And then try to run a game, say an old game that used to run fine. This is of course only if you had the time.
I just re-read this whole thread cuz its been so long ha.
Is it the same problem, still the sound goes haywire? Does it crash back to the desktop or just freeze?
Do you still have warranty?
Have you disabled the wifi and Bluetooth?
Does Windows run fine when youre not gaming?
Since you have your new card have you been monitoring temps?
What games specifically freeze?
Like zzPulp said, have u been able to get any 3d app to play properly?