Bought a new pc a couple of months back , and at the start it was dreadful, as almostall my games on it crashed within 5 minutes of play, they would reboot the system, as if I had hit the reset button.
I tested my different parts with my old ones, and came to the conclution that it was the GPU that did it. But just before I was to RMA it, the problems stopped (almost). Al my games exept for Witcher 2 and GTA IV run perfectly now, witch is really weird.
I have played games like Mass effect 1+2 Far Cry 3 to completion
plus exteded playtime in games like Skyrim, Deus EX HR, Crysis, Alan Wake, Torchlight 2, Path of exile, Dota 2, Borderlands 2, Rage and Starcraft 2 without any issues.
But Witcher 2 (that was the game I'm lookin forward to play the most) and GTA IV still have the resetting issue described earlier.
any help or feedback would be appreciated.
Windows 7 64 home premium
|ASUS P8Z77-V LK|
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge - Box
I have a problem with my monitor that it by default scales the image to be "bigger" than my monitor. I can fix the issue through the nvidia control panel, but as far I can see all that it does is reduce the resolution portrayed on the monitor. (the resolution is 1824*1026).
I'm using a HDMI cable and my monitor is a Benq G2420HD with a native resolution of 1080p. My gpu is asus gtx 770 2gb oc
I had the same problem on my laptop, when i connected it to my monitor using the same HDMI cable, but i solved that problem by using a vga cable instead. (a format my gpu does not support.)
So I would like to know if there is a way to solve the problem without changing the resolution?
And can using such a weird resolution cause any problem in games that may not support that resolution???