Video Card Model - GeForce GTX 550 TI
Driver Version - 296.10
Max Video Card Temperature - 71c
Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) 100°c
If it goes higher than 80 I would call it overheating in this case, 100 is the absolute max wich would cause your gpu to melt
So I haven't had any issues as of late. Now, it may happen in certain areas, so this may not be a fix, but I noticed in the event log lots of info events about request to disable composite stuff. I'm running latest stock drivers.
I have win7 so these are win7 specific instructions.
1. Set FPS max to 60 (don't have to do it first, but sometime)
2. Search for diablo 3
3. Right click on diablo 3 and do "open file location"
4. Right click on diablo III.exe (not launcher) and do properties
5. Go to compatibility tab
6. Check disable desktop composition.
7. Run the game.
Haven't had a crash since. Dunno what max FPS needs to be, but 60 is fine for me. Also, I have the GTS 250 as well
same thng is happening to me 9800gtx my buddy has the same card his playing just fine...
are you guys getting this message (Display driver stopped responding and has recovered)?
Just started playing last night and it ran fine up until this evening. I had only been playing a few minutes and the screen froze. Then had parts of the screen get pixelated, then it went to a grey screen and said that I should click "retry" to re-create the D3D device
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