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hmm, yeah it was a bit of a wild guess. This is my only gpu powerful enough to game on so I was just being hopeful
    
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hm.... is there a way to increase the voltage on the 2xx range??

because that might help...

also try underclocking the card...

go for lower VRAM speed first...

i remember back on my 8600 GTS.. i was getting artefacts and crashes...

i lowered the VRAM clock.. and all was solved
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