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Old 07-04-2007, 09:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Did the GFX card blow up?


I wuz at a lan the other day and i gave my friend Fear Combat...
after playing for 10 mins his computer shuts down... now his computer only starts up when the grafix card is not plugged in.. i feel really bad cause i gave him the game :P any ideas whats wrong... i think its a 6600gt... i think it may have overheated cause theres hardly any airflow in him shuttle case :P:P
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