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I bought a GeForce 6200 and my CPU has maxed out ever since i installed it. Does anyone know why this might be and how i can resolve the problem?
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Please go to your User CP located in the upper left hand corner of the forum page and fill out your system specs.

I do not quite understand your question, can you clarify?

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I'll explain my specs soon. First of all i need to re-boot as i lag alot now :S

-Damien

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The specs are as follows:-

Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition.
System Model: Dimension 2400.
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz (2 CPU's), ~3.1GHz
Memory: 254MB RAM
DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c
Chip Type: GeForce 6200

I hope this helps. ^^
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Do you mean your processor is running at full load since you've put in the new card? Or do you mean something else when you say the cpu is maxed out?
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Originally Posted by Xavier1421
Do you mean your processor is running at full load since you've put in the new card? Or do you mean something else when you say the cpu is maxed out?
When i run a program or attempt to play a game, my computer finds it hard to cope and my CPU flyes up. It has only begun to occur after i installed the Graphics Card.
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i think he means the cpu is at full load...
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post #8 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Damien
When i run a program or attempt to play a game, my computer finds it hard to cope and my CPU flyes up. It has only begun to occur after i installed the Graphics Card.
try replacing your old card back in and see if you get that problem. Or try uninstalling your drivers, run driver cleaner pro, and redownload and reinstall the driver
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I think its his ram, i have 2.25GB he has 0.25GB, see the diffrence! Atleast 1GB is neccesary to run well

He might have the TURBO CACHE technology as it is LE, that uses system memory to make up for the little native-onboard ram and uses system mem to make up. I can do something similar in bios buts its totally not worth it, slows entire pc down, CPU not running fast or "MAXED" i think was his word

God i hope im right
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Quote:
Originally Posted by COLTCOMMANDO
I think its his ram, i have 2.25GB he has 0.25GB, see the diffrence! Atleast 1GB is neccesary to run well

He might have the TURBO CACHE technology as it is LE, that uses system memory to make up for the little native-onboard ram and uses system mem to make up. I can do something similar in bios buts its totally not worth it, slows entire pc down, CPU not running fast or "MAXED" i think was his word

God i hope im right
having 256 ram has nothing to do with his cpu going 100% load all the time
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