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hi, i had an ATI Radeon 9800 pro saphire and it worked fine on call of duty, i swapped it for the 9800 pro peak, which gave me nothing but lock ups, made my game completley freeze and i had to reboot computer to play again for another 5 mins, then reboot again, im currently runnin a piece of poo Nvidia 5500 which works fine with COD no lock ups or anything, i want a new card ( obviously ) im thinking about another ATI but a better model, maybe the x800 or whatevers the best or thereabouts, i want to get one but i dont want COD lock ups, im just asking for help/advice really, any feedback would be much appreciated
if u need to know p.c spec at the moment is
AMD 64 3200+, 2 x 512mb ddr 400 crucial ram, 1 x 80 gig hd, 1 x 120 gig hd, thats bout all u need to know
what is a Pro Peak?
u know like 9800 pro saphire, and asus, etc, peak is jus a version of an ati card
It says that you used to have a Sapphire 9800 pro in the first place so how did you replace it with a "peak" card?
look, ati have different sub make sorta thingys like asus, saphire, peak, i had the radeon 9800 pro 128mb saphire it went faulty so i got a replacement, the radeon 9800 pro 128mb peak
Assuming you re-installed drivers with the new card, let's assume you just had a duffer (was it *just* COD or any 3D game?).
Noubt wrong with an X800 but make sure you pay a decent price for it. Without wanting to start off a whole new 6800 vs X800 debate, the 6800s tend to be slightly better price wise, and certainly the GTs are great overclockers. However I can understand some people are brand loyal and just want ATI, ATI, ATI... as long as you pay the right price, there's noubt wrong with an X800...
hi, i saw a card that ide love to get instead of the ATI due to me having previous problems, its the 6800gt gainward golden sample 256 ddr3, its got 16 pipelines and can b overclocked slightly to be a 6800ultra :D
ahhh, sorry about that, I guess Peak is a make ;) New drivers? Installed anyo other hardware? Could it be a cooling problem?>
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