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MSI GTX 770 crash and black screen

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Hi,

I just bought a MSI GTX770 but I have a problem:

I was playing some video game when suddenly everything crashed and my comp rebooted alone but my screen just stays black, it displays nothing.

- I tried to clear cmos, no success
- I tried to boot on intel internal chip, it works and its stable
- I tried to boot with my old gfx (ati 4890) it works and its stable
- I put my gtx770 in my old comp, no display

My msi gtx 770 just died after 3 days?
Is there a way to be "more sure" after the tests I did?

Regards
Edited by stickyh - 8/10/13 at 11:10am
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Honestly, if another card works in the same system (and I'm assuming the same PCI-E slot), and the new card also doesn't work with another system, it's probably RMA time frown.gif
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