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Can i run HD3200 with 9600GT ?

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May 31, 2010 3:14:52 AM

How can i run the integrated HD3200 with Gigabyte 9600GT 1GB ?
i have 2 monitors and it just doesn't work when i plug 1 monitor to the motherboard and the other to the 9600GT

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May 31, 2010 3:55:48 AM

Just plug both into the 9600GT. It can handle 2 monitors on it's own.
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May 31, 2010 4:06:32 AM

You can if you use XP/win7. Vista doesn't support using two video card drivers.
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May 31, 2010 4:17:47 PM

The problem is, i bought this PC nearly a year ago

AMD Phenom x3 8650
ECS A780GM-A
2x2GB Kingston HyperX 1066MHz
2 WD HDDs 120GB/320GB
2 CRT Displays:
Gateway VX700 17"
HP P1130 21"
Win 7 pro x64

my power supply is 650W industrial, and my PC never had a problem till a week ago, it started shutting down after a few minutes in any heavy game, and i checked temp. with Everest and it was 73 Degrees when it shuts down.

so i thought the problem is with the PSU that it can't supply enough power anymore, so i had this idea about plugging 1 screen to my HD3200 to reduce load on my GPU

4745454b said:
You can if you use XP/win7. Vista doesn't support using two video card drivers.


so how can i do it ? i tried to connect both but the one connected to the integrated doesn't show anything

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June 1, 2010 12:22:26 AM

DragonFalse said:

so i thought the problem is with the PSU that it can't supply enough power anymore, so i had this idea about plugging 1 screen to my HD3200 to reduce load on my GPU



also, what else could be the problem ?
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June 1, 2010 12:34:17 AM

Did you have the drivers installed? You might have removed them when you installed the 9600GT? Turning it back on won't help with a power problem, only make it worse. Now your PSU has to power the 9600GT and the 3200.

What was 72c? Have you dusted your case?
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June 1, 2010 2:54:13 AM

4745454b said:
Did you have the drivers installed? You might have removed them when you installed the 9600GT?


i disconnected the 9600GT so i can install the ATI drivers, then i connected the 9600GT and tried, didn't work


4745454b said:
What was 72c? Have you dusted your case?


the GPU Diode was 72C, but i don't think the temperature is the problem, as it recently started to shut down at 60s
and all other temperatures are sub 40
also my case had so much dust and i cleaned it with an air blower and it's shining but i couldn't see any other difference


4745454b said:
Turning it back on won't help with a power problem, only make it worse. Now your PSU has to power the 9600GT and the 3200.


so is there any other solution other than buying a power supply ?

also i forgot to tell u that when my PC shuts down, i have to replug the power cable to turn it back on
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June 1, 2010 4:57:16 AM

I thought you were trying to just use more monitors? Your computer isn't performing well? Why dont' you start at the beginning so we all know whats going on.
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June 1, 2010 5:15:16 AM

4745454b said:
I thought you were trying to just use more monitors? Your computer isn't performing well? Why dont' you start at the beginning so we all know whats going on.


No,
i am using the same hardware since i bought it.
it just recently started to shutdown when i play heavy games
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