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vkvenom

Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730
 

vkvenom

Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730
 

vkvenom

Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730
 

vkvenom

Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730
 

vkvenom

Member
Joined
May 5, 2003
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730
 

2XS

Member
Joined
Mar 20, 2003
Location
Iowa
Card: 9800NP flashed to 9800 Pro
Flavor: OEM
Manufacturer : Sapphire
Ram: 128mb 3.3ms
Cooling: Stock P4 HSF
VoltMod: no
Clock: 380/680 for now
 
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Cheesy Peas

Cheesy Peas

Member
Joined
Jul 2, 2002
Location
Rotherham,UK
vkvenom said:
Card : Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor : retail
Manufacturer : ATI
Ram : 128MB
Cooling : Zalman heat pipe
VoltMod : No
Softmod : No
Clock : 444/730


Looks like someone clicked a few times.
 

pummer

Member
Joined
May 21, 2003
Location
buffalo ny
Card : Radeon 9500 (softmodded to R9700)
Flavor : Retail
Manufacturer : Sapphire
Ram : 128mb
Cooling : Stock w/blowhole
VoltMod : no
Clock : 351/606
 

MaxxxRacer

New Member
Joined
Aug 25, 2003
Card: Radeon 9800 pro
Flavor: OEM
Manufacture: Sapphire
Mem: 128mb
cooling: Stock w/ extra 200cfm fan
Clock: 430/712
 

Csybe

Member
Joined
Mar 1, 2002
Location
Budapest, Hungary
Card: Radeon 9700
Flavor: Retail
Manufactured by: Club 3D
Mem: 128mb 3.6 :( :( Infineon
Cooling: Stock (soon to be replaced with Zalman Heatpipe) + Antec 8mm blowing @5V when in 3D
Clock: 350/550 (mem won't overclock at all)

Problem: sometimes my system stops responding for a few seconds and then it drops my desktop back to 640×480 with 16 colors, like this:

wtf.JPG


Event logger:
The driver ati2dvag for the display device \Device\Video0 got stuck in an infinite loop. This usually indicates a problem with the device itself or with the device driver programming the hardware incorrectly. Please check with your hardware device vendor for any driver updates.

Tried to set my core frequency back but it didn't help. It happens only on the desktop, I can play or run 3DMark for hours without problems. Last time it did this at last night, while I was sleeping... Strange huh? :rolleyes: