gts 450 problem...

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  1. Ishank

    Ishank New Member

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    guys i have a gts 450 overclocked from about 1.5 years to 990mhz on core and 2150 on memory with core voltage of 1.100v....it ranned fine since yesterday..while playing games i saw that games begin to lag too much and my clock speed was reduced to idle profile .. i mean that my clock speeds were 51mhz on core and 135mhz on ram....voltage was 0.095.......so i just restart my computer and again my gpu worked very well..but today morning my father was doing his work...in 2-3 hours he had completed his work so i get on pc to play game.....then i saw that the clock speed of core was just 8 mhz.....then i again restart my pc and till now every thing is working fine.....i am on windows 7 64 bit...all latest drivers are installed and i use msi afterburner for overclocking and monitering speeds in games..now i am on factory clocks and my card never reached above 82c after hours of gaming which is not a very high temp
    PLEASE HELP:confused::confused:
    I think that my card is going to be dead soon:tears: but it is still in warrenty:D
     
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    Have you checked whether you may have a intermittent fault with the card fan?
     
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    My fan is running well and i can control it too.......
     
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    Problem is solved now i have done nothing.....played battlefield 3 for few minutes .....max card temp was 74c on default clocks and fan at 100%.
     
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    As outside chance, check your PSU rails.
     
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    what is that??
     
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    It probably is the card, but do a PSU test just in case the power delivery is unstable on the 12 volt rail.
     

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