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the lack of thermal paste on the top section didnt help. or did you wipe off the thermal past up there?. I dont know but it almost looks like air was between the cooler and top of the gpu.


but then which failed first. the gpu or the chip circuits.

chip circuits could of fried due the gpu blowing out.

or the other way around.
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the lack of thermal paste on the top section didnt help. or did you wipe off the thermal past up there?. I dont know but it almost looks like air was between the cooler and top of the gpu.


but then which failed first. the gpu or the chip circuits.

chip circuits could of fried due the gpu blowing out.

or the other way around.

Id say wiped as the bottom of the cooler has perfect thermal paste.
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Power circuit delivery has failed maybe ? Poor 980Ti, i hope you can RMA it. Are you sure your PSU and motherboard are fine ?
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What do drivers have to do with this obvious physical issue? Title is misleading.

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Yeah, get that thing RMA'ed asap. Looks like the APW7142 chip (I think it might be GPU Boost related) somehow failed and took the core out with it. I doubt it was driver related, most likely a coincidental hardware failure.
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