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1-09-2012 @ 3:33PM
There's probably a goblin in there somewhere. I'd go with Drakkenfyre's suggestion, then check the airflow around the outside of the case.I also second the suggestion to go to the manufacturer's website for drivers. For some reason, Windows Update would screw up my nVidia card every time. I have an ATI one now, and haven't seen any issues with it. *knocks wood*
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