Re: What amps are needed for a 6800GT
the least you can try is change your PSU and check. i see you have a nf3 mobo. SO i think you should try these.
AGP rate set to 4x. check your games.
Try overcloking your card by 20 mhz on core and 40 on memory.
if doesnt solve, then try underclocking in the same proportion.
FastWrites off. Sideband adressing oFF. again try.
Use Driver version 66.93whql (most stable driver ever).
none work RMA your card. still doesnt work, Get a mobo with VIA chipset.
If you feel trying these things is stupid, have a look at the thread on nf3+6800GT stuttering solutions. this is just a collection of those suggestions.
EDIT: if you can borrow a Better PSU from someone you knw to test, it would save your cash.
Same abt the mobo, try your card on a friends mobo n check.
|C.P.U : s939 AMD Athlon64 3200+ (newcastle) |
|MoBo : ASUS A8V Deluxe ||RAM: [512 x 2]MB Transcend DDR400 (pc3200) |
|V.G.A : LeadTek a400GT TDH (350/1000) [GeForce 6800GT] |
|Sound: RealTek Integrated. |
|P.S.U : PowerSafe 450w |
|MISC.: Logitech Cordless DUO(MX700 + Wireless Keyboard)||Lite-On DVD CD-RW Combo 52x16x52
|3dMark'05: 4893 [@ 350/1000]