Originally Posted by MindoverMaster
A lot is not always good. You need a thin layer.
128 required is the least it will use on low settings. Running it on ultimate will use quite more than that.
I will look into adding more heatsink... not sure if I need to, but hey if it might solve my issue why the heck not LOL... The computer doesn't seem to be overheating though... at least the bios say it's not... then again they said that when my fan was loose *couldn't see em when it was completely dislocated* (Go Figure -.-)
It's definately not graphics card issues... my computer JUST NOW restarted on me while running internet explorer and itunes and nothing else. If adding more heatsink doesn't fix the issue, then IDK what the problem would be... unless I need to upgrade to a better fan due to my computers upgrades, but only reason that I might need to do that would be because of higher power supply... and IDK if the higher power supply even affects the effects of the fan on anything, causing the need to upgrade it ;-/.