|03 Aug 2012||#1|
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Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 - Crashes when using videogame application.
Whenever I start up my computer and play any video game, I can run everything perfectly at the usual FPS of 60. Within ten to thirty minutes, the game starts to slowly lag, and my my audio starts to sound all static-like in which my frame-rate drastically drops to 5. Shortly after this happens, I close the application but the video lag and sound static still persists, in which I restart my computer. After restarting, I do not encounter this problem again until I shutdown my computer for the night or take a large break (One-Two Hours).
(The bottom paragraph is exactly what I did in order.)
I removed, and reinstalled my graphical drivers, but that didn't solve the problem. I rolled back to a old, yet useable driver but it didn't solve my problem. I then re-formatted my computer hoping it would solve it, however it didn't. I found out my motherboard's chip set and Wired Networking, and RAID were out-dated, so I updated them. Still no solution.
Operating System is Windows 7 - Ultimate.
Ran the cmd -> sfc.exe /scannow and received no errors.
Didn't receive any blue-screens, nor "Driver has stopped working."
I apologize If I have a lack of information.
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|03 Aug 2012||#7|
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The problem happened to me again. Took a long break from the computer in order to start the problem again. This time, It started when I was playing Saints Row, and it came to the point where I couldn't use the SF Diag tool to take the logs as it froze the computer and I had to restart it.
Here are the logs I got from using it after the restart.
Also did it without Virus Scanner.
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