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GIGABYTE GV220OC-1G CORRUPT DISPLAY-TROUBLESHOOTING

HEY GUY ,
I HAVE BUY GT 220 GPU..
MY PROBLEM IS WHEN IM PLAYING PC GAMES FOR EX: GTA 4 AND NFS UNDERCOVER,
AFTER PLAY FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES (2-3 MINUTES)
THE DISPLAY WILL GET CORRUPT WITH SCRACHES.
MANY BLACK LINES AND LASTLY THE GAMES WILL CRASH..
I HAVE INSTALL THE LATEST NVIDIA GRAPHIC DRIVER BUT STILL HAVE THIS PROBLEM.
IM USING PSU 480W.
CAN MY PSU SUPPORT THE GPU ?
OR MAY BE MY GPU IS DAMAGE (DEFECTIVE VIDEO CARD)
ANY SUGGESION?
CAN U GUYS HELP ME ?
IM NOOB..
"SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH" :d
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  1. Your English is not a problem. But please stop using all capital letters lol.

    The GT 220 is new? Or used by someone else?

    What is the brand/model of the GT 220?

    What video card did you use before the GT 220?

    What is the make/model of your psu?

    How old is your psu?

    What is the make/model of your PC, or the cpu/motherboard?

    A new 480W psu will support a new GT 220.
  2. yup..its new gpu.
    Gigabyte GV-N220 OC-1GI ddr3.
    Im using Asus EN9500GT/O.C with Orbix ATX-VST 480X psu for almost 18 month.
    No overclocking with my cpu or gpu.
    I dont have anyproblem with my old 9500gt.
    but with this new GT220 i have corrupt display and crash in games.. :(
  3. You should uninstall all nVidia graphics-related software via Control Panel.

    Then boot up with no drivers. Then reinstall the latest drivers, and reboot.

    If that doesn't fix the problem, the video card is bad.
  4. Yea may be my Gpu have bad memory chip.. :(
    I can play many games only in windows mode not more then 1024 X 768 with this V card.. :(
    But when i play with full screen high resolution then the display will get corrupt and crash :(..
  5. All my problem was settle now..It not because of bad memory but i guess software failure with the gc.after im install a new bios for my gt220 F12 bios,it work propely without problem anymore..
    CLOSE DISCUSSION. :d
  6. Best answer
    Nice find. Will keep that in mind for future debugging.
  7. Best answer selected by zadt_pro.
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