Originally Posted by Marinar;15382509
I input 1.325V and it says I'm running at 1.292V or something in the bios, but the crashes have stopped, thanks!
I was wondering if you could help me with a minor problem, every so often when (I think) too much happens on my monitor, the game freezes for 20/30 seconds and I get a no signal input on my screen, after a few seconds the monitor comes back and I can carry on playing.
I've sort of sussed that I think my GPU is being overloaded and thus restarts, think I put too much faith in my GTX460 and set the graphics too high
. Is there another explanation?
Glad the crashes are stopped but so sad we now face another problem!
First thing to do is replicate the problem/issue. To do that, you first need to open a few things in the background before you play the game.
You can download GPU-Z
, run it, and on the sensors tab check 'Continue refreshing...', and leave it open. Also open either Resource Monitor or just the Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) and leave it open.
If you use any programs to monitor your graphics cards (EVGA Precision, MSI Afterburner, etc), close those for the time being.
Play your game and when it happens, duck out if you can and check the monitors (GPU-Z / Task Manager) and see if you can deduce either: GPU temps are too high, memory leak of some sort, or otherwise.