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Hi,

since ive had my card ive been able to play games without probs, on need for speed underground it worked full graphics no probs, now ive noticed that need for speed is slowing down abit, when i press esc in game it takes about 2-3sec for the options to load on, and on the most wanted version the game is running abit slower.

i dont have any spyware or viruses on my pc but i do know that full load my gpu touches 95c
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Originally Posted by Dannyhaddon
Hi,

since ive had my card ive been able to play games without probs, on need for speed underground it worked full graphics no probs, now ive noticed that need for speed is slowing down abit, when i press esc in game it takes about 2-3sec for the options to load on, and on the most wanted version the game is running abit slower.

i dont have any spyware or viruses on my pc but i do know that full load my gpu touches 95c
Might be ur temp on the cpu but i dont realy know about the gpu and 95c is a litl high
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post #3 of 4
ummm yea x700pro at 95C that should be where your problem lies Unoverclock it and do whatever to get that temp down!!
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O_o 95°C... that's way to much, even for stock HSF. That has to be why it's slowing down; the damn thing is about to melt.
If you want a simple and cheap solution, I'd suggest you to clean the HS, put some AS5 on the core, and if you wish, my x700 HSF mod.
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