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right here

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130056

Thats my card...I would never choose anything over EVGA in Nvidia cards. Maybe XFX but they'd have to be at a SWEET deal like this 7900GT right here. I mean *** 199???????
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150216

thats insane lol anyway back on topic RMA it quick becuase thats a faulty card.
post #22 of 27
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Stock fans as far as i know grunion, thats about all i can tell you.

Please review the following information before you request a RMA.
Make sure that you have a copy of your original purchase receipt. *Warranty coverage applies only to original purchaser.*
Video Card Solutions Checklist

* Onboard video is disabled in your system BIOS
* Device Manager only shows your NEW video card under display adapters
* Your display drivers were installed with all antivirus programs disabled
* Your computer meets the minimum system requirements displayed on the Video Card Packaging
* You have not overclocked or altered your PNY product in anyway*

*Which includes but not limited to fan modifications, removal of labels on card, or overclocking which will void warranty (which will be determined)


Godspeed, liermam.
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There is no way to tell that you OC'd your card and since you OC'd it only like 20mhz since thats what it would go....if they ask you if you ever did it say whats that. Theres already a thread how they cant tell
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omg 72 load temp at stock....thats insane my EVGA is like 50 load temps OC'd. Thats incredibly high and needs to be RMA'd quick. Boy they sold you one hell of a card LOL. Please RMA that puppy and get an EVGA or something.
I doubt it, unless you're on aftermarket cooling.

The 79xx series cards shouldn't artifact untill well into the 80* C range.

To me, it sounds like the artifacts are caused by bad memory, not high temps. I wouls RMA anyway due to artifacts, but they are almost definatly not due to temps.
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so back to my original thoughts, that my system is bottlenecking?

i'll work on the RMA today... Now i just need to shop for a new card...
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so back to my original thoughts, that my system is bottlenecking?

i'll work on the RMA today... Now i just need to shop for a new card...
If you like the card and just want another, they should give you the option to request a replacement.
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I've heard to people refer to certain errors that can occur as artifacting. What exactly is it? And what exactly causes it? Thanks for any info.

And btw, i DID search.
(my oppinion) its like your video card is tripppin balz on acid! and heat can be one cause, the other is getting thermal compound paste on your video board.. heheheh.

Pretty much seeing colors of odd forms that shouldnt be there! i hope i helped!
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