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Originally Posted by Arinoth View Post
That definitely looks like a faulty graphics card and you should try to RMA it as previously suggested
^This^

If you purchased the card recently check if the seller will exchange it; this is a lot less hassle and a lot quicker than processing an RMA. If this isn't an option, evga's RMA process is top rate: if your card is registered (which you really should do), use that evga account to get the return (RMA) process started. You may also pay to register for a 'cross ship' (Advanced RMA) if that matters to you (but do this before submitting your RMA).
Edited by *AcidBath* - 8/4/11 at 12:08pm
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If you bought it brand new..make sure to register it too before 30days of having it. I got caught in that trick before and screwed my lifetime warranty up.
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Thanks guys, luckily evga has accepted the RMA.
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