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If it's crashing your drivers and then when you close MSI AB it goes away, are you sure it's not an unstable OC. That would fit the symptoms, crashes and that go away when closing MSI AB (as the OC would be taken off leaving your card at stock).
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It works. I did a clean install of MSI beta 8 and made sure that "enable low level Hardware" was unchecked. Playing driver fine =) ill see how 3D vision works. And My OC is stable. Ive ran test and everything.
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