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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowmaster View Post
    Its about correct , I think. You were able to run 21 loops so I would say your gfx card is fine.

    Run it on 3 loops, on 1280*1024 with no AA, but everything high.
    wish me luck hehehe

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    here it is... i guess all system go... does the FPS ok? i don't have any idea how they measure it... the lower the better or the higher? till 100? (sorry for the questions arised, i know it's not related to the thread it just comes along the way)


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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    The higher the FPS, the better.

    Your score of 40.295 is about correct for an 8800GT paired up with a stock clocked Q6600 @ 2.4Ghz.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Well it *seems* then that the problem is strictly when you *play* Crysis. Does it always freeze during video sequences rather than during the game proper?

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by ***soul-edge*** View Post
    if it freezes its overheating.
    Not necessarily!
    There are more things it can be and over heat is just one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsson View Post
    Well it *seems* then that the problem is strictly when you *play* Crysis. Does it always freeze during video sequences rather than during the game proper?
    it is freezing on both... during gameplay it freeze if i may say every 5 minutes with almost 2-3seconds freeze time and in videos also.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by ***soul-edge*** View Post
    if it freezes its overheating.
    not 100% but yes... it may be the factor also...

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by kietsmark1975 View Post
    it is freezing on both... during gameplay it freeze if i may say every 5 minutes with almost 2-3seconds freeze time and in videos also.
    So it runs the BenchMark OK but freezes in the game proper? Sounds like a problem specific to Crysis then, software not hardware. Have you got the latest certified NVidia drivers?

    If I were you I'd check out the gaming forum and also find a specialist Crysis one - this may be a known problem.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by ***soul-edge*** View Post
    am very sorry to say but its the only thing it can be.
    STOP.TALKING.RUBBISH

    It is not the only thing it can be by a long shot.

    Stop talking about things you have no understanding of
    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by kietsmark1975 View Post
    it is freezing on both... during gameplay it freeze if i may say every 5 minutes with almost 2-3seconds freeze time and in videos also.
    Have you installed the latest drivers? Try uninstalling them and reinstalling the latest ones.

    GeForce Release 175

    Have you tried any other games?

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    So it runs the BenchMark OK but freezes in the game proper? Sounds like a problem specific to Crysis then, software not hardware. Have you got the latest certified NVidia drivers? If I were you I'd check out the gaming forum and also find a specialist Crysis one - this may be a known problem.
    yup it does and i have the latest drivers also... 175. and i downloaded the latest patch for crysis also but hey... i haven't ask in the forum yet but i'll give it a try. i hope your right... i'd rather buy a new game than buying a new hardwares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowmaster View Post
    Have you installed the latest drivers? Try uninstalling them and reinstalling the latest ones.

    GeForce Release 175

    Have you tried any other games?
    thanks for the link man! i have it already but tnx for the concern... reli appreciate it.
    i tried hellgate and it responded so well. also sumpreme commander and CnC3.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    I'm wondering if your in game video settings are just set too high. What does the benchmark run at? Try changing your settings to the same as that. You are aware that Crysis can bring any current system to its knees?

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsson View Post
    I'm wondering if your in game video settings are just set too high. What does the benchmark run at? Try changing your settings to the same as that. You are aware that Crysis can bring any current system to its knees?
    i set the graphic settings to medium for crysis when i played it (previous setup i made on my core2duo before). well, i don't know where to find the benchmark on hellgate, supreme commander and cnc3 tbh. yes, i am aware that crysis is a strong game that's why it is the first game i tried after i set up my upgrades to see how it will push my rig to the limit... but, i am not aware it can have a lag effect in core2quad even on a medium settings. And "very High" settings is disabled by default and there's no way i can enabled it.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by kietsmark1975 View Post
    it is freezing on both... during gameplay it freeze if i may say every 5 minutes with almost 2-3seconds freeze time and in videos also.
    That sounds to me like your system is just struggling with the game, most likely due to moments when the graphics load increases (resulting in a dip in framerate) or when the system has to load up a new set of textures.

    e.g. I found the clouds in the opening Crysis movie to be a total framerate killer regardless of settings.

    I'd also reccomend looking at you hdd led/listening for noise whenever you get a freeze, if you see a flurry of activity then you may have your culprit.

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    Re: need help... still reaching 60-67 degrees temp!

    Quote Originally Posted by Main View Post
    That sounds to me like your system is just struggling with the game, most likely due to moments when the graphics load increases (resulting in a dip in framerate) or when the system has to load up a new set of textures.

    e.g. I found the clouds in the opening Crysis movie to be a total framerate killer regardless of settings.

    I'd also reccomend looking at you hdd led/listening for noise whenever you get a freeze, if you see a flurry of activity then you may have your culprit.
    whew! tnx man! is it safe to say that playing a game with a very high requirements will push the system to the limits and will result on hight temps?

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