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You voided the warranty the second you took off the heatsink.

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GPU or ASIC device (VGA) is sensitive to thermal (heat) issue. The heat sink or fan is designed to meet the requirements for reliability of the product and the warranty is rendered invalid if the product is dismantled or the heat sink or cooler fan are removed as this may causes damage to the GPU or ASIC device . Non-compliance will cause the warranty of the product to be void and repair will be at the users cost.
post #52 of 78
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And i said that people told me it could handle that much voltage. I never took mine over 1.200 at all. And it was at 1.200 for just a bit.
Stop looking for scapegoats. This is all your fault. You degraded your chip, and now you want to return it for your own mistake.
    
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It is true it's my fault, however i do plan to return it; if it succeeds, it succeeds; if not, then not. I am 80% sure i have gotten a bad binned GPU if it faulted this fast.

The only thing i can promise is, when i get the new card(not this one from RMA; a brand new one) i won't ever OC it. Nor this one should it ever get replaced. I'm stock for life.
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post #54 of 78
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And i said that people told me it could handle that much voltage. I never took mine over 1.200 at all. And it was at 1.200 for just a bit.
Even if it could handle 1.2, I doubt it could handle the temperatures it got to. So a combination of the relatively high voltage and insufficient cooling I would think lead to it being degraded. Likely the VRMs are damaged
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It is true it's my fault, however i do plan to return it; if it succeeds, it succeeds; if not, then not. I am 80% sure i have gotten a bad binned GPU if it faulted this fast.
I hope they deny it and get your name on file and don't accept any other products you may want to return in the future, if they are broken. This is why we can't have nice things.
    
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And i said that people told me it could handle that much voltage.
I found this a little funny.

In all seriousness though every card is different with how much and how well they take voltage. Your card just seems to have been on the lower end of the spectrum.
 
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Wow, OP is so butthurt on the fact that he did something stupid.
    
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And i said that people told me it could handle that much voltage. I never took mine over 1.200 at all. And it was at 1.200 for just a bit.
People told me my NB/CPU should be set to 3.5v to achieve 4Ghz.
Did i listen?

No.
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I hope they deny it and get your name on file and don't accept any other products you may want to return in the future, if they are broken. This is why we can't have nice things.
I lol'd for real

OP you come across as fairly ignorant in this topic. It's been mentioned a few times already and I have yet to see your response; Did you or did you not reapply thermal paste to the GPU when you removed and reinstalled the cooler? There is no reason other then a faulty fan that I can think of to cause that type of temperature from a reference 5850. For that matter did you plug the fan back in when you put the cooler back on? Did you make sure to leave the thermal pads for the RAM and VRM on the cooler?

Simply covering the basics should help you answer this question a bit more accurately. For future reference you will receive much more helpful replies if you aren't so demanding with the question as well. Especially if you are on shaky moral grounds.
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Then i should probably add, while I did this to the card, many OCN guys told me it could handle 1.3mV and i've seen them go as far as 1000 core clock on the card.
What went wrong with mine?

It should be important to note that...

Not every 5850 out there is the same.

Just because they say, they can, on theirs...

Does not necessarily mean you can, on yours...

It all depends on how well the card was manufactured, just like how it depends on how well a CPU is manufactured depends on how good of an overclocker its going to be, or whether it might have stable cores that can be unlocked...

Not every 5850 out there is the same and some overclock differently then others, some overclock outstandingly well, and still others can turn out to be bad overclockers.

I, have problems getting mine, past 950 Core Clock, but I at least recognize that it is primarily due to limited cooling within my case. For the most extreme of overclocking on this card though, most generally tend to go with water cooling blocks on their cards. I just bought an EK block for my 5850 and am considering putting it under water soon, I just need to work out how the Rads are going to fit in my case.

The most important thing to do would be to test with "small steps", gradually...

Start out with a small overclock, keep it running for awhile, maybe a few days just to make sure there aren't any problems. Then tweak it up just a little bit more, and let it run or a few days again... and then just keep doing this until you reach its limit.
     
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