Updating device drivers to play games
If I then attempt to run any program that uses the gpu, the mouse hangs for a few seconds before the entire display freezes and I am forced to do a hard restart.
Things I have tried: - a dozen different Nvidia drivers from 314.22 to 365.10 (I do use DDU) - buying a new 180w psu (same power as the one it came with) - taking my computer to a shop, where they reflowed the gpu (they also cleaned out dust) - Installing the latest drivers for all my hardware - Installing MSI's recommended drivers for all my hardware - a few different power settings in the Windows advanced power options - monitoring gpu temperature, which seldom goes above 60 C PC specs: - MSI GT60 0NC - Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU @2.30 GHz - 12.0 GB RAM - WIndows 7 Home Premium 64-bit - Nvidia Geforce GTX 670M / 3GB GDDR5 I'm at the end of my rope.
Watching choppy video playback is like sailing choppy waters: rough, frightening, and may lead to nausea.
Hello guys, I have an Asus Rog 552J laptop with a dual integrated GPU setup - Nvidia GTX 950M and Intel HD and a Win7 Pro X64 system. If you cannot find it, give me an email, I still got it; 2.The driver install overwrote the newer driver without touching the other components of the NVIDIA install and without messing up my custom configuration. I had exactly the same issue while running matrix calculations on Maple with the GTX 765M.