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Does this happen on all games? You might want to try going back to the previous latest drivers. If its doing this during start I would suggest either try reformatting or just rma'ing the card.
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Set the card back at stock speeds and reinstall the driver, if that doesn't work you could have a bad card and have to RMA
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Originally Posted by G|F.E.A.D|Killa View Post
its one of 3 things, its either your memory on the card overheating or the GPU, the memory could be to high, or one of the memory chips is bad. either way its mainly the memory on the card

EDIT: i see that you reseated the cooler on the card. did you put the pads that were on the memory back on?

yep.. ive reseated the pads of the memory, i even added a little AS5 on it. i tried Crysis temps maxed at 86 but it never dispalys artifacts nor locked up. just the COD4.
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