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Monitor shaking

By danielll007
Jul 16, 2010
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  1. hey I need your help:) (my english isn't so good but I you will understand me)
    my monitor is shaking so much
    it start after I reset the bios setting (defualt) and cleaned the ventilator of the cpu and put mx-2 (Thermal Compound) because the cpu reach to temperature of 60c (now it's 45)

    the screen is shaking so much (not only in the windows , in the bios screen too (the black screen that appear before the windows is strating)


    I changed the monitor hertz to 75 (it was 60) and it's work better but still shaking.
    After I changed the resulotion to 800*600 ,it's work good , but still shaking so much in the bios screen (but I want use it 1024 * 768)


    What is the problem?
    monitor problem? (is not a monitor problem (I conected it to my laptop (another computer) and it's work perfectly.)
    drivers? (I dont think so , it's shake in the black screen, that appear before the windows is starting)
    temperature ? (the cpu is 45c now , and the motherboard is 35c-40c)


    I have:
    samsung lcd 17 inch monitor , and onboard display adapter (built-in on Asus motherboard)



    P.S. (another problem)
    the ventilator of the cpu are noisy because is work on 100% speed all the time ,
    I Changed it with "speedfans" software to 50% speed and it's less noisy , the temperure is 45c and , but it's fine , the 100% speed is very noisy), but it's reset all the time to 100% speed again when I restart the pc , so I change it to 55% again and again, so what can I do??? (it's disable at the smart\auto speed fans, on the bios menu, if I put it as able , it's noisy too).
     
  2. fastco

    fastco TS Booster Posts: 1,122

    Ok then it's probably your video card or chip if you have on-board video. You narrowed it down pretty well.
     
  3. danielll007

    danielll007 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    it's built-in video card..

    so do I need to try connect a agp video card ?
     
  4. fastco

    fastco TS Booster Posts: 1,122

    Yes AGP or PCi-e not sure what slots your motherboard has. Some motherboards automatically disable on-board video chips when you add a pci-e or agp card. If it does not then you might have to disable the video chip in the bios.
     
  5. danielll007

    danielll007 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I replaced to pci-express video card and it's work prefectly


    :)
     

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