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post #11 of 15
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Going to be hard so i'm not going to bother lol.

The case is very crowded and it has no side fans. It could but i would have to do some modifications. Oh well.


Oh well, something to try when you have some time...

At least you dont have to RMA the 560 Ti now
post #12 of 15
mine started having issues ect would go away and come back i ended up sending it off last week as even youtube clips started to mess up
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It's NOT a GPU issue or an artifact. I've seen this happen in many poorly coded games or games with glitches/bugs/issues.

In any event, you have nothing to worry about.
No, I dont think thats the root cause. These cards dont like being in close proximity with other cards (9400 gtx and now a 8800gt). They seem to over heat and dont cope very well. Once the second card is removed, they are fine.
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No, I dont think thats the root cause. These cards dont like being in close proximity with other cards (9400 gtx and now a 8800gt). They seem to over heat and dont cope very well. Once the second card is removed, they are fine.
Okay, I see. I've just simply shared what I experienced, but in my case my GPU wasn't overheating up at all.
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post #15 of 15
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Okay, I see. I've just simply shared what I experienced, but in my case my GPU wasn't overheating up at all.
No probs. the 200 series are still fine cards. Probably a lot more robust than the 500 series. Thats technology for you
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