Originally Posted by EliteReplay
OK for those that still think this card is NOT crap, this card has a lot of issue, this is a list of every complaint so far about the card. and take into account that i focused myself on crashing, there are plenty of issue on drivers, software comparability, OC performance, Temps above normal etc etc etcSO THIS CARD IS NOT AS GOOD AS DEFENDERS THINK IT IS.... THANKS
[*] Darylrese post #122 of 779
[*] I've had 2 RED SCREENS OF DEATH but nothing since yesterday when i first put it in...they were when i first fitted and started clicking around opening multiple 3rd party moniting tools. Looking on google, this seems to be a driver issue or a third party software issue? I havent had it since.
[*] dogimed post #154 of 780
[*] Well, got my Asus Top today. Ran 3DMark and the 3rd scene it froze on me. Turned off my comp and back on and no freakin display. Plugged monitor back in onboard and it works, damn I think my motherboards pci-e slot is dead. What happened was, I overclocked my cpu to 4.4 and ran prime for 3 hours no problem. Insert new card in, ran 3DMark and it froze. Changed it back to onboard and it worked, tried to troubleshoot it, updated BIOS and all. Rebooted comp and all of a sudden I can't even get past post screen. Tried to put the card in another comp and it doesn't work either.
[*] javaneze post #385 of 782
[*] I just got my 670 DC2Top couple of days ago and run into some trouble.
[*] The card gets a 1228 MHz boost clock speed on its own according to gpuz.
[*] Trouble is, running unigine heaven crashes the nvidia driver and the benchmark won't finish.
[*] Creator post #509 of 787
[*] Mine is also crashing Unigine at stock. I installed the newest drivers (Driver Sweeper used to remove residuals) and made a custom fan profile so that my card reached 66C max, and this time it lasted around 10 minutes instead 2-3 before it crashed.
[*] Yeah it most definitely is the boost. Mine gets boosted to 1240. I down clocked it -10 to 1230 and it passes Heaven. Pretty sad that I have to downclock to get the card stable. I'm still thinking about RMAing it.
[*] acidrender post #532 of 788
[*] Hi guys,
[*] to all of you having problems with crashing DCUII TOP in benchmarks and games, you need to RMA your cards.
[*] I bought my Asus DCUII TOP last week (scan.co.uk). For 2 days i was trying to test the card for the stability but sadly the card was crashing on Unigine Heaven, 3dmark Vantage, Battlefield 3 & Skyrim.
[*] balancebox post #534 of 788
[*] the only problem with my asus top is the red screen of death lol after removing asus gpu tweaker it hasn't occur again :/
[*] Kosire post #537 of 788
[*] Woah, ASUS I am dissapoint.
[*] Got my TOP yesterday and decided to try Unigine since you guys had problems.. Guess what? Me too.. Wonderful.
[*] A factory overclocked card overclocking way more than listed and causing it to crash, that's just WRONG.
[*] It's obvious that ASUS has a problem here with the TOP models.
[*] robobzzoy post #583 of 789
[*] I got mine (2x) in on Tuesday, and only had one crash while running Heaven the first time. I changed the pci-e mode from Gen2 to Gen3 (asrock bios) and everything has worked swimmingly so far.
[*] EM2J post #645 of 789
[*] Hey guys and gals just got my TOP. Out of the box the boost is 1267mhz, but it crashes in heaven after 5 minutes. Raised power target to 117% (max in precision) and memory clock +300 and it lasted about 10 minutes in heaven. So obviously the core isn't stable and I have to go negative, bummer.
[*] lightsout post #646 of 789
[*] I would definitely RMA if my card wasn't stable at stock boost. Does Asus realize how much these cards are boosting above 1137? It doesn't seem like it.
[*] damtachoa post #650 of 789
[*] It boosted to 1241 at 63C temp of 55% fan speed. It crashed me on the first try. After setting Threaded Optimization on, it passed the test at stock.
[*] Helltech post #667 of 790
[*] Ugh, getting a ton of red screens of death. Only been using the card for 3 hours and its happened 3 times. I always have SpeedFan on, so I believe that is the cause of the problem, which sucks.
[*] Thereoncewasamaninparis post #707 of 790
[*] Getting a crash in unigine
[*] d3d11appwindow::swap_window(): device removed unigine
[*] Looks like the card is unstable from what everyone else seeing this msg has said. Mine is stock.
[*] Alexxfox post #737 of 790
[*] I payed more money for the Asus overclocking and it doesn't work on stock settings.
[*] And if I would like to sell the card in maybe 2 years on ebay, the buyer would be extremly dissappointed of getting a crashing card from me..
[*] mikami post #765 of 790
[*] alright just got my card (asus top oc version). My gigabyte windforce gtx 670 that I just took out stayed around 70/71c, but my asus top hits 77c after 30 min in bf3 in a storm sniper case. so I'm not sure if this is normal because of the factory oc?? Havent touched any settings