Originally Posted by fjaesbog
Well if you damage your card by ocing, and theres no physical damage then they cant see that you overclocked. Just reset to stock settings.
thanks do that then
and how can you reset settings on unbootable card? and OC settings is only in your current computer where it was connected.... if you connect to other system it will go at default settings just so you know
cause when you oc your card, it injects info to your system registry not your card's vbios......
if you are dual booting, lets say linux and windows, your OC in windows will not appear in linux. and vice versa
@d1nky, good thing i searched first otherwise you would be smashing on me hard now
i had experienced before and I thought it was dead... just did some searching, i unlocked first and flashed bios. and it works.... cause 2nd bios was working well...
I wouldnt say its a faulty card cause he has been using for 2 months and only at furmark test where the cards where pushed more.... just sayingEdited by nightfox - 8/27/13 at 7:18am