my video and audio is stutering whith a faint horizontal lin

January 13, 2013 at 09:56:56
Specs: Windows 7, i5/4GB

video and audio stuttering
my video and audio is stuttering whith a faint horizontal line on online streaming aswell as offline.i installed a new graphics card a couple of weeks ago, and had random Bsods.but now the problem is stuttering like its going to bsod but it doesnt

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#1
January 13, 2013 at 10:56:59

Is your power supply strong enough to handle the new video card? How about listing some specs of your computer.

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#2
January 13, 2013 at 11:10:37

i got a 600 watt more than enough, using i5 processor, what other specs you need?

Dell inspiron 660
2TB HHD
GTX 2GB 660 GIGABYTE


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#3
January 13, 2013 at 11:34:25

Post the model number of the power supply.

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#4
January 13, 2013 at 11:59:04

i installed a new graphics card a couple of weeks ago, and had random Bsods
Sounds like you got a bad video card.

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#5
January 13, 2013 at 12:28:04

'and had random Bsods'
Don't you think that maybe if you gave us the EXACT error numbers that come up it would help us in suggesting a a solution for you? Thanks

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#6
January 14, 2013 at 11:39:10

Ive been getting kernel in page error mainly when playing games, and its a brand new card iv stress tested it on furmark,im thinking theys a driver at fault somewhere

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#7
January 14, 2013 at 11:55:55

So, you don't want to post the power supply model?

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#8
January 14, 2013 at 12:43:43

i posted everything look at my posts, its 600 watt its not a power supply issue

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#9
January 14, 2013 at 14:13:44

Your power supply is a 2 -12V rail unit. +12V1=18A, +12V2=19A. May be OK, but it seems to be a cheap PSU. The only sales I could find for that brand appear to be in S. Africa. Prices run from R370/430. Corsair 600W R1118. So it appears your PSU costs about 35% of the cost of a 600W Corsair PSU.

The conclusion is that your issue MIGHT still be the PSU. See the specs linked below for yourself.

http://www.baobabit.com/?wpsc_produ...


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#10
January 14, 2013 at 14:55:25

ya but my gpu doesnt consume that much power its 660 gtx gigabyte winforce,and yes thats the power supply i have. ive used a smaller gtx 650 on the same power supply worked fine . im really thinking it must be a driver or software problem coz all the hardware is new

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#11
January 14, 2013 at 15:13:58

Your GPU can draw 140W. 75W from the PCIe slot (+12V1) and 65W from the 6 pin PCIe connector (+12V2). FYI, VxA=W. +12V1 - 18A = 216W. 19A rail = 228W. The first rail is feeding the motherboard including the CPU = 78/93W + the 75W to the GPU. The second 12V rail is feeding the 65W to the GPU + any and all other items that pull 12V. Drives primarily.

If you have the ti version of the GPU it draws 20W more.

If your PSU is not very efficient then you are on the cusp. Hard to say because there are no effiecency ratings for that PSU.


GTX650 only draws 64W instead of 140W. See the link below.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6359/...


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#12
January 15, 2013 at 17:35:59

i have the 660 version not ti, it consumes less pwer than other cards, thats why im saying its not power supply.how can i uploud my dump files onto this thread??

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#13
January 15, 2013 at 19:02:08

There are many file hosting sites out there. Pick one, upload your files, and post a link here.

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#14
January 16, 2013 at 08:27:41

The 660 draws 140W at max. load. See the link above in #11. The Ti draws about 20W more than the plain 660.

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#15
January 18, 2013 at 06:41:20

i checked folder its not saving dump files,went to system recovery changed it to 256kb but still no dump files. i keep getting kernel in page error bsod at random

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#16
January 18, 2013 at 08:32:05

Make sure your page file is on the OS drive (shouldn't be a concern if you only have one hard drive), and slightly larger than the specified dump. If Windows continues to not produce dumps, then something else is going on.

• Something could be preventing Windows from writing to its dump file (typically c:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP).

• The kernel is too corrupted to successfully dump to the page file. The kernel faults in the BSOD screen, causing the CPU to throw up its hands and say, "That's it, I quit." Typically this causes the system to restart, even if the option is disabled. I suppose it could also cause the system to not restart even if the option was enabled, but the basic point is the BSOD does not finish as it "should."

• The kernel thinks its too corrupted to successfully dump to the page file. I believe Windows performs some sanity checks to see if it can perform a dump without corrupting the permanent storage. If Windows doesn't think it can, it won't try. I think. I read an article on Windows' dump procedures years ago and I can't find it again.

• Suggested reading: Kernel memory dump files may not be generated when physical memory is larger than the size of the page file

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