Video or sound problem?

By pufftmd
May 29, 2008
  1. ok so i have a nvidia geforce mx4000 and it is getting really hot, so hot infact that it burned me when i touched it. did this card come with a heatsink or something and should i get one or does it just run hot?
    after playing a game for about a minute my sound starts to go out, it just has no sound at all any more, i have tried changing the sound card to no avail.
    any ideas will help

    at the moment i am not using the video card i am talking about
    my cpu is overclocked from a 733mhz to a 781mhz
    here is my computer specs gathered from Lavalyst Everest home edition
    Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
    OS Service Pack Service Pack 3
    DirectX (DirectX 9.0c)

    CPU Type Intel Pentium IIIE, 781 MHz (5.5 x 142)
    Motherboard Name Asus TUSL2-C (6 PCI, 1 AGP Pro, 1 CNR, 3 DIMM)
    Motherboard Chipset Intel Solano i815EP
    System Memory 512 MB (SDRAM)
    BIOS Type Award Medallion (06/08/01)
    Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
    Communication Port Communications Port (COM2)
    Communication Port ECP Printer Port (LPT1)

    Video Adapter NVIDIA RIVA TNT2/TNT2 Pro (Microsoft Corporation) (32 MB)
    3D Accelerator nVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Ultra
    Monitor Gateway EV700 [17" CRT] (921269222)

    Audio Adapter Aureal Vortex 1 (AU8820B2) Audio Accelerator
    Processor Properties:
    Manufacturer GenuineIntel
    Version Intel Pentium III Processor
    External Clock 142 MHz
    Maximum Clock 1600 MHz
    Current Clock 781 MHz
    Type Central Processor
    Voltage 2.9 V
    Status Enabled
    Upgrade LIF
    Socket Designation PGA 370

    EDIT: i have not had the same problem with the sound going out and this one has not got so hot, any ideas?
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