Originally Posted by Funguseater
Not Nvidias first time with a "whoops" I had a GTX7900 that had to be OC'd to remain stable.First Nvidia replaced my 7900 with a new RMA because all their factory overclocks were unstable,but the new one was borked (artifacted in normal use 2D/3D), fixed mine by increasing PCIE to 105MHz but I know alot of people just asumed they were still broken. Course thats all ancient history now...
hmmm: Was there ever a lawsuit regarding all the IBM t42's that had ATI FIRE/GL graphics? Almost all of them needed reflowing.after the BGA chips went funky. Guess you can't sue ATI now.
Don't know how the second part of your post even means anything. If it was such a huge problem, then someone needs to sue. By your logic, I guess no one actually had problems
Remember, it took a class action lawsuit for nvidia to do jack about it (and almost 7 years for some modules) so why would you expect AMD to do anything about it?