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Whatever you do, don't look at the monitor's reviews on Amazon.
What are they considering a peripheral?
The switch definitely looks blue, and if it's clicky, then that's probably what it is. Now it's whether or not they use Cherry or Kalih switches.
Any idea what switches they use? Googled around a bit to no avail.
Phew, that's good to know. Any information on why it happenend on the GTX 970's?
Will people stop it with the "It's nothing new?" before reading the thread? This is new and old, just not well known. We're trying to pinpoint why.Yay, you got a screenshot of the EVGA FAQ. I take it that this is only occurring on GTX 970's and not any other GTX 900 line?If it's only the GTX 970 line, then it's most likely that EVGA and Zotac aren't trying to get consumers to buy their brand of the same card, and it's due to issues specifically with GTX 970's. If it's...
I think GeForce should at least update their FAQ, then. I didn't know where to put this because THERE IS NO NEWS about this, like I stated in the OP and Title. I'm hoping someone could shed more details on this, as Masked has.
Thanks, this is the kind of information I was looking for.MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G and EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB GAMING ACX 2.0 have the issue. Just curious, is the 04G-P4-2972-KR a reference card? I wish EVGA's site was up...
I've never had any issues with SLI between brands. I've had GTX 460's (ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA, PNY), GTX 560 Ti's (ASUS, MSI), GTX 580's (ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA, Zotac, PNY), GTX 680's (ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA, PNY), GTX 780's (ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA, PNY), and I never had any issues with SLI between different models/brands. I haven't done SLI between two different models of GTX 970's (ASUS, MSI), 980's (ASUS), or 980 Ti's (MSI), yet, otherwise I would have...
Well, it first came to my attention because I sold both my MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G cards. I had them in SLI with no issues, gave them to a friend, and he had no issues with SLI, either. He upgraded, so I got them back. One of the people I sold one of my cards to gave it to his son, who had an EVGA GTX 970 card, and he hasn't been able to SLI the cards. We both investigated a bit, and he even tried to flashing both cards with the same BIOS, but that didn't work. That's when I...
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