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ATI Catalyst Black Screen/ BSOD

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GIGABYTE

Radeon R9 290X - 4GB GDDR5

I did a few weeks ago bought the radeon ...
Since 2003, I do not have an ATI graphics card..9800xt
a few weeks to work well, although some BSOD ever happened ..
Today started black BSOD endless circle, I can not even get into windows 8.1 64 bit .. rt .. I did not overclock gf card, I have not install any software for overclocking

As we read I the different forums where on the net about the problem BSOD black ati, does not help clean instal operating system or new ati cataklysm driver... also occurs even on linux..!!

I keep my fingers crossed that the card went to hell through RMA.. People i recomended for all -never do not make the mistake I've made ​​myself after 10 years ..
PC hardware I have to work since 1995, so I have a lot of experience ..
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Moved you to the Crash Analysis and Debugging section. Check out the stickies, here.

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It finds no one to this my problem? http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/389647-33-catalyst-black-screen-bsod

Here again a problem with that ATI they did not know help........mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

I bought the card for $ 500 and we will not restore to it via an RMA because the problem ati black BSOD I do not want a half years to solve ati ...

I advise you to stick to pretty far from ati
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For Radeon R9 290X and R9 290 owners, the intermittent black screen and display loss issues should hopefully be fixed.
Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/news/34456/amd-releases-catalyst-13-12-whql-drivers-just-in-time-for-christmas/index.html#rv2HoGqpwlZ4oIw9.99

:exclamatiIt is normal ?! that I bought a graphics card for $ 550 and the manufacturer to write me that he hopes that the card it may work ...

hopefully for 550 eu ... pathetic
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