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Palit GTX670 Jetstream Faulty?

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So I have 2x GTX670's in SLI and on Borderlands 2 I noticed green dots all over the screen, thought "it might be part of the game" and it never got any better. it does not happen in the OS or during in game menu screens (provided they are not 3D rendered).

Putting Heaven on just makes the screen go mental and you can see there is a 3D issue,

Changed the cards over, changed the power cables with the other card, fitted both individually, put them both in another PC with a generation old CPU, flashed the BIOS and its still the same.

(I have raised an email with Palit support) but is there anything else I can look at that might fix the issue?
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Sli stresses a card more than a single setup would. By this I mean that you may have to up the voltage slightly for each card even at stock clocks in SLI. If you still have artifacts with a single GPU and additional voltage does not help, that's the bad card.

Edit:
I'd like to add that I've only had one faulty card in my life and that was a 5 year old 7800x2 and I experienced the exact same phenomenon as you described.
Edited by TheLawIX - 5/25/13 at 1:42pm
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Thanks for the advice, I have not tried that, always left them at stock. I have ha them running ok for about 4 months, ill give that a try smile.gif
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