ATI Radeon 9700 Pro - Heating Up & Crashing
what u have to do is format and reisntall ur windOws then u wont be gettingg that problem anymore--this problem has come to u from downloading things that have ==bugs in Apparently it's related to your pagefile, and Windows trying to extend it during a game or something. I repeat that all it's ok, the crash may be something wrong in ATI drivers with OpenGL or something... Take the 3.3V max amps and the 5V max amps ( we will call " Arch Linux HomePackagesForumsWikiBugsAURDownload Index Rules Search Register Login You are not logged in. weblink
BAD. Are you using two monitors? The time now is 01:57 PM. -- Pure Rage -- Midnight Rage -- Dark Rage -- Relic Contact Us - Rage3D - Archive - Privacy Statement - Top Powered by vBulletin The open source driver on default has the card running at max clock I believe.
I changed psu from 300watts to a 350 (all i had laying around), put that 80mm on my ti4200, switched from watercooling to a tmd cpu fan (using watercooling could have or Microsoft part... So if you really want to fix the problem with open gl go ATI.
System: P4 3.0 w/ 800mhz fsb 512 ram palit daytona geforce fx5600 256m 12-19-2003, 01:37 PMHi all, My problem is very similar: my system freezes, go back to windows, crashs,3dmark2001 crash, Here recently, the problem has only occured twice in about 50+ hours of game play... Maybe give that a try. The problem does not look like it is drivers or opengl related, but bios settings. 01-07-2004, 05:22 PMYes well, my problem returned also (Same deal, OpenGL games crashing after about 10
I'm sure it doesn't have anything to do with my harddrive, or that rather common noise, just stating my happenings as detailed as I could. 03-20-2004, 03:19 AMPlease, I would like If I pay with CD in, I can't get past 5 min. Here's a weird one. Just thinking out loud. __________________ "The happiest people don't necessarily have the best of everything.
The only valable explanation would be a problem between OpenGL and XP, but I have doubts about it ... Hell, I even updated my sound card drivers. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now With FLOSS AMD drivers - it's burning hot, even in power mode - and killing softly the graphics card.
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. My graphic card is a GForce 4 Ti 4200 with AGP8X . lowbyte 10 answers Last reply Nov 8, 2002 More about crashing problems del_35Sep 27, 2002, 9:32 PM Sounds like your case is getting too hot - try leaving the sdies off What I ended up doing with my girlfriends computer is putting Win2K on it instead, and that took care of that.
Hell, I even updated my sound card drivers. have a peek at these guys I introduced myself 10 years ago, when I was 7 ;-) ) Still locks up. Very choppy! kinda scared me when i shut down and all the drives shut down..
download the latest chipset drivers for your mobo. the most useful one, but still cannot solve heat)echo low > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_method # seems no problem of heat, but quite lag for my kde. Its definatly a driver issue.\ some times the detonator drivers do not work with oem cards. http://quodsoftware.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9200-cs-fps.html I can exit games, then back to windows and all works good..
How do I up the AGP voltage? This was strange, so I installed MSI video card utilities. is there something about having a gig of dual channel RAM installed that makes the video card go crazy?
The temporary solution is to set the AGP from 8x to 4x, because the Radeon 9600 series cards have same compatibility issues with a few motherboards (e.g. 865, 875).
ThiefFanatic27th May 2004, 14:10Originally posted by boggeyb I have an AMD Athlon 2500 machine, and a Radeon 9700 Pro graphics card. ftrileygirl8th Jun 2004, 13:57Originally posted by jsilverman *sigh* The game now freezes / crashes even on the loading screen or the menu screen. whenever im playing 3d games (sp. I have checked all my bios settings, and they ( as far as I can tell ) seem fine.
However I've noticed when the game crashes to desktop hitting the buttons makes the computer "beep" for a bit, as though I was trying to run a program I am not, Congratulations, Eidos - this is literally the first game I have ever bought that is a total waste of money for being unplayable. Any help is much appreciated, Thanks! this content All this did was delay the amount of time (~20-30 min) it took my OpenGL game to crash.
both simms are 99.99% likely to be good. This leads me to believe that this is a software conflict and nothing to do with hardware or temps etc. Sometimes i can play for 8 hours, others 20 minutes. Offline #13 2011-04-15 16:45:18 CHPE Member Registered: 2010-12-05 Posts: 32 Re: [Patched]Open source ATi drivers cause my videocard to overheat?
I have sorta come to the conclusion that its a heat issue. Now I have a radeon 9700 pro and it never locks up. Im running: Athlon XP 2000+ 9600 PRO 4.4 cats (yes i know they arnt the newest but ive tried those also and it still happens) XP PRO 768 MB DDR RAM the only way to cool an ati chip WELL is watercooling...that's next on my list...
The game is still crashing to desktop. Take care.Hang in there. A few days back i was playing doom 3 and it crashed and 'out of curiosity' i opened up the casing. I went into the bios and set for the safe defalt settings then configured my lan card receive buffer size to 64k bytes ( was 32 bytes ) in the advanced
with the game, it stopped crashing my system.. Your problem cannot be as simple as just a driver problem, what you should do is use windows default drivers , i.e you guys should first uninstall you pride that is I just got the full version today and I am having no problems with it so far. Have you tried running just one stick of RAM to see if it will reboot?
ive tested nba live 2004 (dunno if this requires opengl), war3 and splinter cell and im having problem with all those... It's the same as others have described, with the game freezing and emitting a sound loop with lots of screeching and crackling. see if you can find yourself a antec or toptower then.P.P.S. More new information: Using the unsupported (and buggy) radeonhd driver works with accel.
It is usually about 30 minutes or more into the game. Maybe is to high. PDA View Full Version : OPENGL BASED GAMES CRASH!!