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Old 06-07-2007, 07:17 PM   #11
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The power supply is Antec Truepower Trio, 650 Watts.

As for the second port, it looks like it's made only for a second graphics card to run in SLI. The motherboard manual says that only the main port is supposed to be used with a single graphics card. I did try it still, but there was no image on the monitor.

Heating does not seem to be an issue either. The graphics card stays around 55 C most of the time.

Do you think I can limit this problem to the motherboard then, or could it be something else, like the hard drive? Or a conflict with the sound card (not sure if that's possible)?

Edit: Also, I have the latest drivers.
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How much memory do you have?
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I have 2 GB of RAM. Don't remember the exact name.
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Did you use the same drivers in your friends machine?
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Yes, they were the same, latest drivers. I also made sure to completely uninstall the previous drivers first, hoping it would make any difference.

Here is a very typical example of what happens: https://netfiles.uiuc.edu/dnovikov/s...cs_problem.jpg

When I move the chamera around, the weirdness either changes or disappears, but then appears again frequently enough to be extremely annoying.
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