Computer freezes during gaming !!!

July 8, 2009 at 02:20:23
Specs: Windows XP & Vista, AMD 2G ram
Hi ,
I'm facing a problem right now with my computer , the problem is my computer freezes and stop responding when playing most wanted and also Devil may cry 4 knowing that i made the graphics maximum and then reduced it a little but the problem is the same after a while playing it stops knowing that i was playing carbon before even playing most wanted and the graphics in carbon i also set it to maximum and never face this problem.

here are the specs of my computer

processor : AMD Phenom(tm) II X3 710
model : family 16 model 4 level 2
frequency : 2600MHz
l1 cache : 128KB
l2 cache : 128KB
l3 cache : 512KB

[ 2.6GHz triple-core design 7.5MB total cache ]

Memory : 2GB ram bus 1066

graphics card : NIVIDIA Geforce 9500 GT 512 MB
mother board : Gigabyte MA770-UD3
HD : 640 GB 7200 rpm as i guess
O.S: XP service back 2 and also have vista .
Direct x version I'm having Dx9C
Power Supply Unit is Gamma 300 WATT
i have the latest graphics card driver 185.85 whql for 9 series

i hope someone can help me , and i hope that my details are useful .

I posted this problem before at April and still exists , but i tried some steps , I took my nividia card to a friend and it worked fine and freezing at all , and i took it to maintenance , the maintenance took it and tested it and found no problems , also I have been monitoring it's temperature its 45 in normal and when playing i adjust fan speed of my nivida using riva tuner to 100% and max temperature it can get is 60 to 65 .

please tell what can I do because I'm so desperate and upset , because i cannot solve this problem ,,, also here some snap shoots , some times the frozen state disappears a the graphics became like this photos

http://www.mexat.com/vb/attachment....

http://www.mexat.com/vb/attachment....

this above one is 90 rotated

http://www.mexat.com/vb/attachment....

plz Friends help


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#1
July 8, 2009 at 02:23:24
First , I would to thank you Jam for helping me :) ,

1-well For 9500 Gt , I know that there is a better cards , but this one is not a very bad one don't you think .
2- My CPU temperature didn't pass 35 to 40 degrees so , I think its not a problem of over heating the processor ,
3-well I'm sorry about that gamma power supply it is actually
HEC - 300 VN - 2RX [high quality evolution commitment]
its specs are

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AC input | AC 230 V - 50 HZ 4 A
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DC output | +3.3 v | +5V | +12 V1 | +12 V2 | -12 V | +5 Vsb
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Max A | 20 A | 12 A | 20 A | 20 A
-----------------------------------------------------------------| 0.3 A | 2A
Combined | 115 W | 252 W |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
total | 300 W
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I don't know if this one is a decent one or not but its integrated in gamma cases , and here some snap shots of my case and the power supply

http://www.mexat.com/vb/attachment....

http://www.mexat.com/vb/attachment....

and here is the site of my power supply unit

http://www.hec-group.com.tw/power_s...

any suggestions ?


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#2
July 8, 2009 at 03:37:10
9500gt needs a minimum of 350 watts and you have 300

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#3
July 8, 2009 at 08:32:24
And check the AMPS needed on the +12 rail my 8600gt needs at least 22 your power supply is giving only 20

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