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post #21 of 24
RMA time indeed
Now you cant play with me on bc2
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post #22 of 24
My MSI GTX560Ti has also started doing this, I did oc it to like 1000/2200 for benching but other than that always ran it at the factory oc speeds. Funny though if you just do a shutdown and unplug it from the wall and plug it back in the card works like nothing ever happened :? Anyways they approved my RMA today, this will suck as I have no replacement gfx card
post #23 of 24
But if it's a driver issue, why take all the downtime for a RMA?

My last ATI card ran fine for over a year. Then one day I suddenly started have random lockups. I never changed the driver or anything. I tried everything under the sun to get it working again, including reinstalling the "same" drivers.

In the end, all it took was a different driver version... Ironically an older driver that actually came on the installation disk.
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Phantom_Dave View Post
But if it's a driver issue, why take all the downtime for a RMA?

My last ATI card ran fine for over a year. Then one day I suddenly started have random lockups. I never changed the driver or anything. I tried everything under the sun to get it working again, including reinstalling the "same" drivers.

In the end, all it took was a different driver version... Ironically an older driver that actually came on the installation disk.
I figured it was the latest 280 driver and rolled back 3 times the same problem would arise :/
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