Hello, im having a problem here, and im afraid i fried my videocard or something, let me explain myself: I`ve been doing ok with my videocard, i use to overclock a little bit to get better performance in top games. Yesterday when i was playing COD4 my monitor went black and it showed "out of range" message, a message from my monitor, not my computer. So i had to restart. I tried several times to play and suddenly it showed again that message. Then i open up my pc, and clean fans and stuff, and i could play again several times with no problem. But today i start my PC and i can´t see anything on my monitor, it just says "No signal". I disconnect the monitor and it shows "no connection" so, the monitor is ok, and the cable too, theres a problem with the videocard, it is properly connected and its fan is working, but i cant get no signal. Now im using my computer with the onboard video, cause i couldnt make the videocard to work again. I tried reinstalling and updating drives, checking again connections, AGP slot, etc. I just recieve the message "no signal" when i connect the monitor to my AGP. What could be happening? is my videocard dead??? THanks, heres the specs: Pentium D 3.4 1 GB RAM Two IDE HDs AGP Radeon X1300 Videocard Thanks guys! Ralphmex.