Topic Title: Radeon HD 6630M need help when playing Dragon Nest
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 08/28/2012 07:42 AM
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Saziel
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Hello,

I am using Win7 profestional 64bit and Radeon HD 6630M . I had a trouble while playing Dragon Nest SEA.

In switchable graphics, I chose High performance on Dragon nest, then ran the game, just played about 15mins the computer is auto-reseted (blue screen appeared). When I adjusted to Power saving, the game ran well but graphic was worse.

Please help me solve, I want to play by using High performance.

 08/28/2012 08:00 AM
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Have you talked to your particular laptop manufacturer about the issue ? Surely they have tech support guys, seeing as laptops are 99.99% of the times supported by their particular manufacturer and not the manufacturer of the technology they used to build it.



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 08/28/2012 08:01 AM
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Next time it does it drop into your bios and check your temps. Sounds like your laptop is overheating.

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 08/28/2012 10:08 AM
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Most laptops tend to overheat when running games, check your GPU temps with GPU-Z during gaming. Most laptop auto-reboot failsafes are set to 95C so if you are closing in to those temps you need to think about an external cooling pad for your laptop, they cost around 20-30€ and are USB powered. Often it also helps to take the laptop apart and blow the copper cooling tunnels and fans clean from dust (if you know what you are doing and if warranty has run out already).



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