Originally Posted by Dark Night
Well first get rid of Flight Simulator. They should stop making them unless your computer can hold like a 10gig game. That game is a major reason why my computer is still slow. But It never freezed up when I played it.
Yeah, and like... you should totally format your hard drive because you know, those funky valuable word docs really slow down your computer! And what is this custom hardware? Throw it out right now, it has viruses on it and get yourself a respectful Dell. Next thing I know you will be talking about hacking into Linuxes super secret modular hydrobase.
Originally Posted by yoshiki0424
ok guys the temp of my gpu is 50-55 degrees celsius. Is that good or bad?
what are these? lol
Those are the speeds of the fans. RPM= revolutions per minute I believe.
50-55 is well within the correct range of gpu temps.
I still say that the problem is with your drivers. If you can't determine whether they are up to do and really want us to find the problem, run dxdiag then save all the info and put it up here in a code box.
To run dxdiag in vista, just open up the start menu, type in dxdiag in the search bar and click on the thing that it finds. You can also go to Run->dxidag.
For XP, I believe you just Run-> dxdiag as well.
Post up the info here if you can't determine whether your drivers are out of date.