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mohammed_43

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Guys I have been waiting for 3 days and no one help me out. This is my problem please tell me what should I do.

I have 2 problem, one it is my video card. Two it is my windows 7 which is shut down and show me a blue screen.
I got my new card MSI 7770 1G and I play on 32 screen, not a heavy game " League of Legend" its (FPS I believe) and I have frizzing and after while my win 7-64 shutdown. but for windows 8 the game I pay it is just lagging and I am sure it is not because the internet.
I update my video card drive. and also I roll it back in case if the last update had a problem but did not work for either the lag or the windows 7-64 shut down.
see this pic the video card here did not show I have no idea if it is normal or not


AMD fx-8350

8G ram (use in 1 in 3 slot)

gig 990 fxa-ud5 ( support sli)

500 plus 80 bronz

for windows 7 it is give this message when the blue screen appear.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 3b
BCP1: 00000000C0000005
BCP2: FFFFF880082BE32D
BCP3: FFFFF88008560E40
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

and if I have to change my video card, what should I buy? should I go with Nvidia. should I go with 2G card since I'm using 32 screen? if it is yes tell what card is good.

I can spent around 150 or 180.

if you need more information please ask me I need to fix this it is have been 3 days, you guys are my hope.
 

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Thank you for answer me but the dump files how can I have them I have no idea. And how about the video card lagging with 32 screen ? plus I update the video card drive and my ram is in the slot 1 and 3.
 

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I think this is where the file is located at:
C:\Windows\Minidump\Minidump.dmp.

Also the HD 7770 is not the best card for 1080p, though to be honest I am not a wiz at video cards when it comes to 1080p gaming with big monitors. However I believe 2gb will help you out in that resolution if you got something like the HD 7850 which will give you better FPS compared to the HD 7770. In addition the extra video ram will help out with the resolution and Anti Aliasing.
 

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Could you clarify a bit my friend? Are you saying the HD 7850 can't fit in your budget or are you saying you are stuck between going for AMD/ATI or Nvidia?
 

mohammed_43

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yes I mean this card is to much I only can go maximum 200, so should I by from AMD or Nvidia? I need card does not has problem. Plus my TV is not 1080 it is 720, I see some people says there are some card does not support full resolution, because this one I have right now it is just show me 1360x768 I can't changed, so I am looking for card to my 32 TV and need to support full resolution unless if it is more than 200 $ then it is ok to have just a good card.
 

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I believe @ the resolution of 1360x768 an HD 7770 should be doing very good. I myself own the HD 7770 and I play @ 1600x900 maxing out most games on a 20inch monitor. Have you tried uninstalling the driver for the video card and downloading an older one? If this is a newly bought video card you can also RMA it with the manufacturer.
 

mohammed_43

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Yes I did but it did not work, I am about to buy 2G video card so tell me one should be good either AMD or Nvidia.
 

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Yes the vengeance will work on your motherboard just fine, but is that the price you bought if for? Quite expensive....there are much cheaper alternatives and the Vengeance is probably more cheaper on other websites.

Anyways I believe the GTX 650 ti is better than the HD 7770.
Also read this:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6359/the-nvidia-geforce-gtx-650-ti-review/6

As you see in many games the 1gb and 2gb have no FPS difference apart from Skyrim with many Hi-res texture mods. IF the price between the 1gb and 2gb is the same or very close might as well grab the 2gb. If the 2gb is more expensive grab the 1gb.

The 1gb should be perfectly fine for the resolution of 1360x768, I find 2gb is used at higher resolutions with crazy anti-aliasing settings. That being said go for whatever is cheaper for the GTX 650 TI.
 

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Thank you but I have 7770 1G and I have lag when I play my game and yes my resolution is 1360x768 I cannot even change it. So should I go with 2G because he lag I have or it is a problem with my drive or BOIS. I update my drive did not work so I roll it back still have lag, but some people says if I update my BIOS should be fine I will try that if it will he. So what you think should I update it ? and my game is FPS
 

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Updating the bios is worth the shot, still not understanding why the HD 7770 is performing poorly at 1360x768. Does fine for me @ 1600x900.

Edit: Just wanted to say, if you can just save up for the HD 7850. The GTX 650 ti is not that much better than the 7770. The 7850 will offer a greater performance gain and it should definitely help.
 

mohammed_43

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ok then I will save some but I am so sad because my old laptop I use to play the same game on mid resolution and it was find right now I build my own Pc and I can not play on even in mid resolution. I will do the BIOS update and I will tell you that is happen
 
Guys why are you recommending him graphics cards instead of trying to resolve his issue? It might not be a graphics card issue after all, and if he buys the card and it's not, he will basically have thrown him money away.
 

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Well the only person here is me :lol:
Anyways I did tell him to update the bios and revert an older driver version for the video card. I also did state he should try an RMA, and I was puzzled why the HD 7770 was not doing fine at his resolution.
 
@OP: did you follow any of his recommendations? If you didn't, you should do that. If you did, could you please tell us what power supply unit you have (model and brand), whether you built the computer yourself and whether you can reproduce the crash.
 

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The size of the screen doesn't matter, the resolution is what matters. 1080p is 1920x1080, a 32" TV and a 24" monitor both at 1080p will be the same.
 

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will my power supply is 500 puls 80 bronze

AMD fx-3850

RAM is 8G and it is in slot 1 and 3

hard drive is 1T blue 64

I use Kuhler h2o 620 cooling for fan

I udate and roll the update for my vidoe card both way did not work
 

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Indeed the HD 7770 is quite a capable card, for me @ 1600x900 I have maxed out all the games I have played with over 30 fps.

Also @ mohammed_43, check the graphic card temperatures, it could be overheating....
 

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