I've been having a lot of problems with my video card lately. I have a radeon 9800 pro with catalyst drivers. The drivers were from a couple months ago. I've been playing World of Warcraft and never had a problem until recently. Every now and then if I zoomed in on stuff my computer would lock up and reboot. Then I noticed the graphics getting really wierd. My FPS was fine and everything, but the graphics would flash and random jagged things like lightning bolts would flash all over the screen all the time. Finally, today it got to the point where it was crashing after about 3 minutes everytime I booted up, even if I wasn't playing a game or anything. Today I installed the newest catalyst drivers to see if that would help anything. Same problems. I shut it down, took the side of the PC off and put a big fan up to it thinking maybe it was overheating. I came back to it later and tried again. The graphics weren't all chopping up like before, but the crashing was the same. I then uninstalled the new drivers and installed the Omega radeon drivers, still the same exact problem. Is the video card dead for sure? I'm posting from my laptop now, my desktop won't even stay on long enough to get to this site. Here's other stats if they matter: MSI Radeon 9800 pro Athlon 64 3500 1gb ram Abit AV8 motherboard I use onboard network and sound card Nothing is overclocked. If I go into bios the CPU temp starts around 45 degrees and will steadily climb to the mid 50s.