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I recently got a gtx 580 Zotac AMP and when I try playing games like battle field 3 or FF XIV, they randomly close.

This was a screen shot after I alt tab out of FF XIV




Running on 280.26.

Hasn't been overclocked either.

Also I'm getting bad fps when I'm playing FF XIV

Firs time playing a MMORPG, so I don't know if fps is low when you're in town with alot people. But I also had bad fps during a battle.
Thanks.
    
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A single 580 destroys any MMO game there is without breaking a sweat.

When you installed the game, it should have asked to install the DirectX driver used to run the game, I'm assuming you allowed the install?

Stop programs running in the background: Certain programs may prevent FINAL FANTASY XIV from running properly. Users may stop certain programs that are running in the background at their own discretion.

Also there is a known mouse & hardware bug in this game, by turning off the hardware mouse and the depth of field option in the configuration.

After this works, max out your settings and really enjoy the game as you've never seen gaming before.

Let us know if this was the fix.
     
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The AMP! edition cards come with their stock voltages set too low along with a slight factory overclock. Use MSI Afterburner and bump the voltage up a few notches (1.025V more or less seems to work well overall), and that should help stabilize your system.

Here's another thread with relevant issues:

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1119...artifacts.html
     
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