I have a problem...as if you can't tell. I purchased a supposedly new graphics card--specifically, a Geforce4 MX 440 with AGP8X, as the title says--and had it shipped to me, and it worked fine. For the first 2 days. At first, it would run no problem, using the latest nVIDIA drivers and all was hunky dorey. Not so anymore. Of course, it'll work fine when you're using the monitor in normal whateverness, but once you've run a game--say, CS:Source or Word of Warcraft--after about 10 minutes, communication with the monitor shuts off. Literally. The monitor goes into standby mode and it no longer recieves a signal from the graphics card until the system is rebooted. According to the Microsoft error reporting system (I don't remember the exact string of jibberish it spouted off before hand) It's a loop problem with either the dirver/card communication, or the card itself. Now, my gut reaction was that it might be the drivers. Of course they're the newest from nVIDIA's site, but any who have much experience with nVIDIA knows they're newest drivers aren't always the best. So, I tried one of their older drivers, figuring that would fix it. Not so. Same problem. I'm thinking now that it's a problem with the hardware itself for some reason. I have a 30-day warantee on it, but the people I bought it from are...non-communicative at best. Before I go through the hassle of trying to contact and return the card for another one, is there anyone who knows my glitch and knows if it can be fixed WITHOUT swapping out to a new graphics card? Thanks. ~Frustrated in Oregon EDIT: A side note...at first I suspected it was just the card overheating, so I gave it several hours...same result. Froze about 10 minutes into the game.