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Problema placa video in jocuri (artefacte?)

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Cand intram in GTA V si dupa ce jucam vreo 2 minute mi se colora tot desktopul in roz verde si alb prin locuri si primeam o notificare ca s-a oprit Nvidia GeForce si s-a repornit, nu stiu sa explic , revin cu poza daca e nevoie.. Trebuie schimbata placa video sau e ceva de drivere? (am ultima versiune)

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Drivere. Ia o versiune mai veche, sau o versiune beta. 

Driver-ul este updatat la ultima versiune..

Cum pot scapa de driver-ul Beta daca este aceea problema?

Ideea e ca si inainte imi facea asa doar ca la MC si acuma nu mai face, cred ca este de la Driver..

JaOAvp1.png Am data de la PC schimbata xD..

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Incearca mai multe variante. Tiam zis urmatoarele:


Ultimul stable

Un driver mai vechi

Altele si mai vechi (2-3 drivere )

Driverul de pe CDul cu care a venit placa video. 



Ai incercat toate? Verifica cablurile sa fie puse bine, alimentare placa video daca are, etc. Daca nici asa, curata placa video de praf si verifica temperaturile cu HWMonitor.Poate cand face asa ajunge undeva pe la 100grade

Aia cu temperatura verifica inainte de celelalte.

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Love is a doing word

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  • gaby changed the title to Problema placa video in jocuri (artefacte?)
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Ce placa video ai? Inteleg ca se intampla asa doar cand o soliciti (in jocuri)?


Ge Force GT 630 , da doar atunci , scuzati-ma ca nu am raspuns, am avut probleme cu Windows-ul..


EDIT: Era de la driver.. a avut un prieten aceasta placa video inainte sa cumpere GTX 970! multumesc, puteti inchide topic-ul.

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