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well, to my surprise MSi just shipped me a new replacement card instead of refurbishing mine

so far it seems good - also learned the hard way that you need to uninstall -> reinstall drivers on windows7, even if it's the same card going back in. either that, or my computer was just doing some weird sh-

anyway, played a few minutes of skyrim and bf3. looks good so far.

I still see my GPU clock spike up and down while watching video/youtube though. Is this normal these days? I know dynamic clocking is all the norm these days, but I wouldn't think the video card needs to spike to the full 1k MHz just for video. It has me a little paranoid since I noticed this on my defective card, but some google forum results suggest this is normal

but man this performance is so much more than I'm used to. I simply don't see a need to overclock yet...constantly over 50fps on modded skyrim and bf3, even when recording with fraps
Edited by exyia - 5/21/13 at 5:24am
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well, to my surprise MSi just shipped me a new replacement card instead of refurbishing mine

so far it seems good - also learned the hard way that you need to uninstall -> reinstall drivers on windows7, even if it's the same card going back in. either that, or my computer was just doing some weird sh-

anyway, played a few minutes of skyrim and bf3. looks good so far.

I still see my GPU clock spike up and down while watching video/youtube though. Is this normal these days? I know dynamic clocking is all the norm these days, but I wouldn't think the video card needs to spike to the full 1k MHz just for video. It has me a little paranoid since I noticed this on my defective card, but some google forum results suggest this is normal

but man this performance is so much more than I'm used to. I simply don't see a need to overclock yet...constantly over 50fps on modded skyrim and bf3, even when recording with fraps
not to my surprise you got a new card, I think I mentioned they do that several pages back.
here's to good gaming.. smile.gif
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not to my surprise you got a new card, I think I mentioned they do that several pages back.
here's to good gaming.. smile.gif
I remember!

Was just so skeptical since they give you practically NO information throughout the whole rma process. hell, I feel lucky to even get a tracking number - which they posted probably a day or two late

I even called them, was put on hold for 30minutes for the person to check, and he came back with absolutely no information other than (check the site in 3 days)

but as long as it works, now I'm happy
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communication is not there strong point... tongue.gif

look mom twins...! tongue.gif

Edited by malmental - 5/22/13 at 7:31am
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but can your twins compete ?
    
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Cuda runs deep with the twins as they too are x16/x16 on the gunz.... thumb.gif
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you`ll have to put those twins into action then bro i was looking into the MSI PE 670`s but decided to go for these Gigabyte GTX670 OC`s i really would love to borrow two titans though for a bench i believe after 2 or 3 days i would have a top score lol as it is i can compete with some
    
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Hey, new 320.18 WHQL drivers are out.
http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-320-18-whql-drivers-released
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