Last night, playing Mass Effect II my the game crashed after a few seconds of pretty colours dancing all over my screen. I alt tabbed out planning to shut everything down sharpish as my first thoughts were overheating and that the cooler on my gfx card had died. Irritatingly I accidentally clicked back into the game and after some even prettier colours I was presented with a BSOD... My first one in at least 4 years now! After a quick inspection and some canned air everything seemed to be working, fans were fine and now everything is pretty much dust free. Anyway, next time I booted up everything seemed ok, but quickly went wrong as soon as I got back into mass effect. I'm pretty sure at this point my graphics card is on it's way to the grave, but I booted up again and updated all the drivers anyway. That didn't work either. It's not booting at all now. I'm just after confirmation at this point really; does it sound like I need a new graphics card? Or could this be a corrupted driver issue? From what I've read, driver issues tend to cause errors, not boot issues as the drivers aren't loaded until the OS loads. My only other thought is that this could be a PSU failure and that the graphics card simply wasn't getting the power it required? Just so you know, I've got an 8800 GTX. About 2.5/3 years old now I guess. Pretty heavy use, but no overclocking. OS is windows 7.