first , thanx guys
Originally Posted by Steve
this is typical when playing games on a notebook. Other than venting your fans with compressed air, I suggest you call the manufacturer and ask if it has been a common problem or known issue. YOu may need to have your video card replaced.
that's the problem , i called them , they keep saying
"call the game manufacturer "
i said to them it's happen to the most of the games
no use !
Originally Posted by EliteIntegrity
Last time I heard something like that it was to do with the specific features implemented on the GPU.
For example I have experienced on BFBC 2 a large and sudden increase in fan noise and temperature when I select certain types of anti-aliasing.
A friend of mine has a laptop that goes into overdrive when anisotropic filtering is turned on. (a suprisingly modern card and just very low filtering)
I think it might is because if a certain feature is not implementented in the GPU circuitry then the CPU has to join in and then the whole system works much harder.
See if there is a setting in all the others that is not in COD2.
Just a thought. I would love to know the definite answer and would appreciate you posting/pm the solution if you get to the bottom of it.
i found that the game "you can't run in (all high settings)"
will make the notebook shutdown !
but I need to be sure ,,
cod2 has a few options of graphics,,
ok man , I will post anything i found
Originally Posted by qhn
Just out of curiosity, have you visited the games sites for patches or tips as on how to configure on different platforms?
GTA patch 1.0.0 is laggy and I need EVGA to run it in "high" not "very high" settings ..
after i used the patch , it's working perfect without EVGA
but the laptop shutdown ,,
i think the GPU overclocking without any programme and without my permission , but this cauz heating