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Now here's what happened I suspect that the fan overheated.

I was playing Mass Effect 2 and had probably been gunning away on it for about 5-6 hours straight.

Now what happened was suddenly the screen graphically glitched and the characters got purple and it froze. I alt tabbed out and reloaded and the graphical glitch was gone but suddenly there was horrid FPS Lag.
I exited the game out and loaded up Nvidia System Monitor.

I had recently overclocked my Graphics Card A PNY GTS250 with stock cooling to 757 Core Clock using Evga Precision and around 1800-1820 Shader.

Now I reloaded Mass Effect 2 on 705 Core clock and 1692 shader I switched back to Nvidia System Monitor and after only 30 seconds of it running my CPU Temp was at 55C!

Now what I don't get is the game had been running stable for 5-6 hours on the first GPU OC settings.

Factory settings for the card are 675 or 676 core clock I believe.

What was also odd was when the game had been loaded up with the temp spike just seconds ago it had been a stable 40 CPU Temp. What could have happened to do this has my CPU blown out a fan?. To clarify the CPU has never been OC'ed and I don't know the fan speed.

So the question is does anyone know how to fix this. Whenever loading up Mass Effect 2 the CPU Clock spikes to around 51~53 in under 5 seconds on both cores.
Edited by EAPidgeon - 3/10/11 at 7:54pm
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well as temps go its fine. as for how come the cpu hits high temps fast is because of load. the glitches are from a gpu overclock not stable.
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Well it's nice to know the CPU isn't suffering from heat failure now my main question is however is 705 Core too high an overclock. Before I had it checked with Ati-tool and didn't get any artifacts for over an hour but now I'm getting horrible FPS I would guess the 20's. Also the GPU fan is at 100% With Memory Clock at 1100.

Is it necessary to restart the computer to have the program run stable again?
Edited by EAPidgeon - 3/10/11 at 8:05pm
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all depends on volts to card. every card is different, my 285 can hit 750 core. and 666 stock. All depends on chip, i know my 285 did not have volt control so limited in overclocking. but 705 overclock from 655 clocks not that good of a overclock. but that can be expected. i would say no to overclock the gpu u r having problems already , use kobuster from msi afterburner, ezest way to load up gpu.
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I'm still concerned however because the GPU itself didn't hit over 70C yet now even on the Factory Settings at the moment the game is unstable with bad FPS and input lag.

I just started running Kombustor at the previous stable settings and now somethings scaring me the Benchmarking for stability without AA enabled at 1920x1080 is running at Min 11 FPS-Max 12 FPS.

From how I know my rig I would tend to think this is almost 100-120 frames lower even when it was un OC'ed.
Edited by EAPidgeon - 3/10/11 at 8:17pm
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well did u restart pc, if my drivers crash i need a reboot to load them back up. fps in kombuster dont matter just to fine errors.
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Yeah I just restarted it and the frame rate maxed out at around 200 and was running about 170 fps in Kombustor. I already have had my GPU checked at 705 OC for about 2 hours max with ATI-Tool so I figure it's safe. I'm relatively new to the OC experience so when I had overclocked it to 778 OC about around there. Even when my ATI-tool was going huge artifacts across the screen I didn't know if there would be errors in games or what happens from instability.

What confused me was I had been running it on these settings for periods of +7 hours for about 5 days straight now so I was highly puzzled.
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O yes keep fraps closed , it makes my ati tray tool go nutz . If its aftafacting in ati tools then it will ingame.
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