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Thank you for choosing Fixya. This is software related and is probably happening because the fan is defaulted to auto setting & more than likely 40%. Since this is a Nvidia card you could download a tool like Rivatuner or I personally prefer EVGA Precision tool, yes it works with your card even if it's not an EVGA brand card.
If you want to monitor temp more closely EVGA Precision allows this better than most as you can put the gpu temp & pcb temp as well as fan speed in your start bar by the clock. 40% auto is ok for normal use but if you use your mac for gaming at all I'd recommend bumping the fan speed up manually to 85-95% if playing a graphic intensive game. It won't hurt the fan & it will keep your card cooler. As for the lines it may just be a quirk on waking from sleep mode.
If it goes away within a few seconds I wouldn't worry about it. I hope these tips help you out and again thank you for choosing Fixya. Answered on Sep 20, 2009. Most likely you will want to try and update the driver for the grahics card maybe even uninstall the device and reinstall it will be a big difference. I also suggest trying this before the driver update. Try to do a system restore back to the point where you think it last worked it could have just been another program that is interfering with it.
Be sure to save your game files under your game folder on a flash drive incase it uninstalls your progress of it. If you need help doing that let me know ill explain more on how to keep the game files and such. Be sure to update the driver later on. Lastly i would check and make sure the fan is working.or heat sink on the graphics card isn't getting to hot that could be another cause to the problem goodluck!! Answered on Jul 30, 2009. Hi Juan016, you have done everything right. I'd say the 8800GT is bad & return it for a refund.
Run the 8600GT & the NVIDIA 6100 at the same time. If you check the middle of page 9 in your manual. NOTE: It states; if a PCI-E is inserted the bios will automatically run the PCI-E card. (No need to make a bios setting change). It also says if you change the setting in the bios to, OnChip and PCIe VGA, the motherboard should run both. Depending what amount of memory you set the NVIDIA to run with. Once in windows check the amount of total memory the NVIDIA or 8600GT reports.
Example: You set the NVIDIA to use 64MB & the 8600GT has 512MB than the NVIDIA or the 8600GT should show 576MB. Its not that uncommon one buys a bad video card. Reading the manual & windows not seeing the 8800GT tells me the bios did not see the 8800GT card. The card is bad. You’re doing just fine.
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This is my first of many videos that I will be uploading of my Mac Pro. I finally decided to upgrade the graphics card from the Radeon HD 5770 that came with it. Here are the specs: Windows 10 Pro (2 TB HDD) & OSX 10.12.6 (640 GB HDD) CPU: E5520 2.26Ghz (Boost to 2.51Ghz) X2 RAM: 24Gb ECC 1066Mhz Graphics: PNY Geforce GTX 1060 3GB OC XLR8 I did overclock the graphics card past the PNY OC: +150 GPU offset, and +300 Memory clock offset. This runs many other AAA titles on Max settings, with no sweat.
More videos to come, including hardware upgrades (X5690s maybe?), other game play videos, head-to-head with other computers, benchmarks, and media editing tests. Please SUBSCRIBE, Like, share, and drop a comment! Thanks for watching!