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don't lower your overclocks, and don't use the latest drivers while sli-ing 8800GT's, go with older ones. For my setup, I'm using the 175.16 WHQL forceware. Running sans bull****.
    
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640gb WD, 500gb 7200.11 Seagate killed my raid Samsung Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Samsung T240 
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:swearing:

Replaced a burned out ATI X1300 with a cheap "theoretically better" nVidia 6200 AGP. Getting nv4_disp.dll Bsods random times at any bios or video settings in 3D games. My card came with heatsink no fan, added a fan and reduced temps by 20deg C. No Change. Ran from CD drivers through 175 - 177 and 178, no difference, I think the 162 (CD) were more stable but not stable enough. Card has no separate power connector.


Read many forums for the problem and found several problems:
1) Power supply too low rated in Amps for the card demands.
2) Incompatibilities of SB Audigy and VIA/Intel chipsets.
3) Incompatibilities between nVidia and VIA chipsets.

No real solutions.
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