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I came here and asked for help with the first post. And my attitude is disgusting? I explained everything to be as thorough as possible, I said thanks for the responses, and thanks in advance in my original question. I even explained in more detail what I did, to the person who said "you must be doing something wrong" who didn't offer any help or advice whatsoever. But my attitude is disgusting? And yes, after 2 hours of scouring google looking for an answers, I came here and signed up to post about my problem and ask for advice. I wasn't aware that I had to have a certain post count prior to asking for help. I found this website by searching google and finding other people with similar problems here. I didn't realize I walked right into the depths of elitist prick hell. Sorry buddy, but you have the disgusting attitude.
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Originally Posted by Stay Puft View Post

Tried everything except coming on here and asking for help

And what exactly do you call my first post? Not asking for help?
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Edge86 View Post

Wow, guess I will return it then. The thing can't even overclock at 20+ MHZ the base without crashing. What a disappointment.

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Doing what right?]I explained what I did, with pictures. I tried both LN2, as well as LN1, restarted each time. Did a clean install on the drivers restarted, twice. uninstalled re-installed afterburner, twice. Set the voltage up 12, set the power limit to 111%. Temperature on the card never reached more than 60 degrees. I set the core clock to +20, the memory to +100. This was stable, anything over even a +5 core clock increase would crash in furmark, heaven, and any graphic intensive game within about 2 minutes. Leaving furmark running for about 30 mins with the stock settings, was fine. But if I clocked to 25+ it would crash. This is with a 750 gold standard PSU and since the temps never reached +60, i don't think it was an issue with power or overheating. I even left the power and voltage at default and tried to clock it 25+ it would still crash. I basically tried everything.

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Thanks for the help, but it isn't worth going through all of that. I already shipped it back to Amazon earlier today.


all these makes me think, you not even willing to try, or atleast learn the right way...
your jumping to assumption that you did it correctly the on the first try,
you ask for help, and before someone even gets to you, you already reply,
"oh yeah about that, i already returned it"

and ur trying to say you did everything correctly and its crashing, and blaming the card....
returned it before even anyone tried to help you ...

and also, will you be back to report how it went after? or as soon as your done getting the help your gone? (im betting the latter)
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I came here and asked for help with the first post. And my attitude is disgusting? I explained everything to be as thorough as possible, I said thanks for the responses, and thanks in advance in my original question. I even explained in more detail what I did, to the person who said "you must be doing something wrong" who didn't offer any help or advice whatsoever. But my attitude is disgusting? And yes, after 2 hours of scouring google looking for an answers, I came here and signed up to post about my problem and ask for advice. I wasn't aware that I had to have a certain post count prior to asking for help. I found this website by searching google and finding other people with similar problems here. I didn't realize I walked right into the depths of elitist prick hell. Sorry buddy, but you have the disgusting attitude.

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Originally Posted by Edge86 View Post

I even explained in more detail what I did, to the person who said "you must be doing something wrong" who didn't offer any help or advice whatsoever. .

ur kidding right? this is what u said before the help even came,
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Originally Posted by Edge86 View Post

Thanks for the help, but it isn't worth going through all of that. I already shipped it back to Amazon earlier today.

i mean if ur not even going to try, or even straight out say its not even worth the time, why should anyone even spend their time trying to help you?

and you say im being elitist? you obv think your some godsend if you think your to good to spend the time working on your hardware the right way and learning .......


so once again, ignore this thread by OP and move on everyone.
Edited by IMKR - 4/3/14 at 9:19pm
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Was this Hawk from Amazon as an open box? That might be the one i put 1.5v through lachen.gif
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