I connected my PC(DVI-I) to my 52'' LCD TV (HDMI)(Sharp "LC52D65E") . My tv has a full HD resolution (1920×1080).
My graphic card is ASUS EAH4350 (ATI Radeon HD 4350 GPU)
I have now a Full HD view in my tv.
I have the ASUS SmartDoctor installed in my pc to monitor my graphic card.
This software displays the graphic card temperature.
I can see that when the temperature is above 55 deg cel.
My tv screen starts jumping , jerking sometimes even blinks or blacks out.
Is 55 deg is really over heating ?
Is there is anyway to resolve this ?
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Was that at idle or while playing games? Even at idle that's not exceptionally hot for a fanless 4350. More case cooling or a fan on the GPU might help.
Get a 75mm fan that plugs into the motherboard or uses a molex plug then mount it near the videocard.There are also aftermarket heatsinks for GPU's.
Of course, he probably bought that particular card because it was silent.