Is the problem my graphics card?

March 5, 2010 at 15:18:44
Specs: Windows XP
Alright so I just built my new rig the other day.
My system consists of a ASUS M4A785TD-V
EVO AM3 AMD 785G mobo, 2gb of Kingston
Ram, Corsair H50 cpu cooler, Corsair tx750w
PSU, ATI Saphire 5750 Vapor-X graphics card,
Western Digital 200gb HD, and an AMD
Phenom II cpu.

Okay, the real problem is that my computer is
will go to a green screen and automatically
reboot every time I run my graphics settings to
the max, as well as multi task. I have done
some trouble shooting by removing the
graphics card and then switching to the on
board GPU on the motherboard. I've also
switched my graphics card from the PCI-E x16
slot to the PCI-E x4 slot and I am still getting
the same results. can this be that I have a
faulty GPU? I have also been told that it may
be the motherboard itself. any help is

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March 6, 2010 at 02:13:24
Running v-card settings to max? In games? U switch to onboard video and what happens? the same thing? I think hd 5750 require additional power from psu, make sure the power cable is connected.

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