Maybe even loosen the timings for more stability. There is clearly some difference between it and other UE3 games that is causing problems for some users, or at very least contributing to existing ones. Here's a thread about the general protection error over on the Gearbox boards, maybe it'll help. (http://gbxforums.gearboxsoftware.com/showthread.php?t=79328) The OP says updating his PhysX software fixed the problem, and I know mine I also already reinstalled the drivers after cleaning the registry. have a peek here
you have to have ambient occlusion OFF. Worst that can happen is you switch back. pdcrowley10-27-2009, 09:35 AMSeems like a problem with some 4870x2 doing some heavy artifacting and high temps. Mar 31, 2011 at 6:38 AM #10 de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder Joined: Jun 13, 2010 Messages: 8,095 (3.34/day) Thanks Received: 2,216 Location: Pune System Specs System Name: la de da... | go to this web-site
Current configuration:-E8400 3. 0ghz w/ dark knight hsf4gb ddr2 800 (2 sticks)Nvidia 512mb 9600gt Antec earthwatts ea500 500w continuous power atx12v v2. 0 sli certified crossfire ready psu ($75 even though The matrox gizmo requires identical monitors and lower resolutions. It would make life a lot easier for you if you go into the UserCP and fill in your detailed system spec there. I went and played Crysis Warhead maxed out immediately afterwords and watched the temp go back DOWN to 78 as I played!
i tried setting the fan speed to 75% and it's still no go. :mad: should've bought the console version. View Related Posts . . Log in om je mening te geven. Amd Catalyst 13.4 Legacy Driver Vasives10-29-2009, 02:00 PMIve hit 100c before without hardlock, one time my drivers were messing up and the fan wasnt running properly and i hit 106c and i got some artifacts but
It's only Final Fantasy XI. Ati Radeon Hd 4870 Drivers Best is to go to amd game forums (google it) and post there. WeergavewachtrijWachtrijWeergavewachtrijWachtrij Alles verwijderenOntkoppelen De volgende video begintstoppen Laden... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/280476-33-radeon-4870-crash-issue-help All rights reserved.
I've moded radeon bios, and droped down temp of GPU to ~55C when busy, hasn't helped. Ati Radeon Hd 4870 Drivers Mac Apr 11, 2011 at 1:04 AM #20 sy5tem Joined: Nov 13, 2004 Messages: 454 (0.10/day) Thanks Received: 48 Location: Canada/quebec/Montreal System Specs System Name: Custom DIY Processor: Intel i7 2600K @ Apr 2, 2011 at 7:56 AM #16 Clueless New Member Joined: Mar 30, 2011 Messages: 9 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 2.4 gHz Nothing overclocked at all, system is rock solid stable in every single other app I've ever run.
If anyone can help I'll be eternally (well, for quite a while at least) grateful. http://newwikipost.org/topic/coSvISmPm6pgX3vPiljFKlGoFnjZLcx0/Startup-issues-with-ATI-4870.html Then wipe C drive and reinstall windows and see if the problem goes away. Hd 4870 Windows 10 Drivers lol He cleaned that up been working perfectly ever since. Ati Radeon Hd 4890 Drivers If it happens again (which it did), they suggested sending it back.2) I admittedly have not tried using a Bios editor, strictly because I don't want to get screwed on returning
Perfect example If anyone of you buy a DFI amd motherboard 790FX for example. Posted On: 01-10-2006, 07:10 PM . My temps are a good 40 degrees cooler now. No matter what setting i pick, it still reaches 105. Radeon Hd 4890 Drivers Windows 10
I'm going to try running the 9.11 beta drivers (seems to have helped some people), and failing that I'll start going through the more invasive tests you're recommending. Radeon Hd 4870 X2 Problem Recently picked up a new computer, everything was pre-assembled by the distributor. i need to hit the reset button on my case, nothing else works) Again, my cards are brand new (less than 2 weeks old), there's no visual artifacting prior to crashing http://webstrategy360.com/radeon-hd/ati-radeon-hd-4670-driver-windows-10.html I have 2 fans, 2 hard drives, 1 optical drive and 4 sticks of ram in the system.
I've been monitoring the temperatures and the lock down happens before I reach 60 degrees Celcius on the video card. Ati Drivers Just a note here, your GPU core temp can be in an acceptable range while the memory can be way too hot, depending on circumstances. Posted On: 10-05-2009 .
I usually quadriple check that the bios file is correct. ( I learned a my lesson a long time ago) Can't think of anything else outside what has probably already been View Related Posts . . View Related Posts . . Catalyst Control Center When I try to play games the screen locks up after a few minutes, and I get grey/white/brown lines on the screen before the program shuts down.
The display scrambles and boxes appear all over the screen. Lots of new motherboards lately have detected memory at the wrong voltage undervolting or overvolting. On that note my HD 4870 1 GB also restarts computer randomly with a Computer has recovered from serious error messages. Oh, and if I were to buy a new PSU, what would you recommend?
all you would have to do is verify the people who are running fine to see if there gpu usage results are the same (which they should be) and then you I haven't tried windowed mode yet but someone said that helps. Are you suggesting that I should underclock it? one thing that i thought could be causing the problem is because they were running at 99% in 9.10 that it was eating up too much power and my 750 PSU
CaptnCrunch10-27-2009, 12:04 PMI have a 4870 and every thing has been running great with max settings at 1600x900. I tried disconnecting the second hard drive and making sure both the gpu power cables are plugged in firmly and it didn't change anything. Ok so im upgrading my computer so i can play games for the summer. If I ctrl alt del it'll eventually come back but not before telling me my Nvidia card has suffered an error.
I doubt ati and nvidia would mix well, but would it be possible to use that?I'm just curious about this is all. GPU usage should not be an issue at all. Thank you and Enjoy.... you have a 4890 or 4870x2?
I usually blast around air in the cooler but took your advice and took it apart. But I haven't overclocked it... The problem is that when the computer is in the boot up stage, i get no display, so i can't access my bios or see my raid status. It's AMD who refuses to support newer OS's and WDDM standards.
I'm pretty sure everything's fitted real nice and snug, though I might be wrong... Thats the only thing i seen in this thread that makes sense.