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Well, my Twin Frozr III PE/OC 2gb 6950 was running a little warm with stock cooling (70C+), so I decided to watercool it. After I install the block and heatsinks, I plug it in and start up afterburner & Kombustor to check temps. At load, I am sitting at 35C, which is great, except the fact that I am getting artifacts like these...



It seems to be just on 3d objects. I can just press reset in afterburner beta and it will work again (I dont have an overclock on in the first place?)

I un-install afterburner, re-install, still does the same thing, except my reset trick doesnt work anymore. I then try to un-install and re-install the driver, which is still a no-go.

What should I do/try? Should I RMA?


UPDATE: I looked in afterburner, after I press reset, the voltage goes to 1100mV. After that happens, I am able to overclock to however high I want. I can also just set it to 1100mV on startup. Any idea on whats wrong?
Edited by ttaylor0024 - 10/18/11 at 6:37pm
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Originally Posted by Ken1649 View Post
I am guessing this could happen when Catalyst driver installed, Afterburner was running in the background so whatever value set in profile and registry is CCC value. You can try this:

1. Reset Afterburner and uninstall, when prompted to keep the settings, seleck "no" > restart.
2. Restore to Factory Default in CCC and Uninstall > restart.
3. Uninstall CAP > restart
4. Install Catalyst 11.9 > restart
5. Instal CAP2 > restart
6. Install Afterburner 2.2.0 beta 8 > restart

See if this fixes it.

Edit:

Also check all instaces of "enableulps" ---> "0"
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