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Bradley in order for this to be news it requires a news article typically.

When did we start quoting other forums and citing it as a source for news? Are we wccftech or something?
    
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A lot of trolling can happen, I really desire that we have some distinguishable proof to evaluate these claims.

I dont think people trying to troll tho thats the point
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I dont think people trying to troll tho thats the point

i think it is too early to say really.

personally i wouldn't be too worried about this issue with my setup, but was waiting for an aib with 8 pin to launch before i bought one already. especially since when the reviews first showed up the stock values seemed to run close to its max power draw.

hopefully this issue is easily resolved, i can only imagine the number of cards affected by this since they wanted enough out there to not have stocks run dry on shelves and in stores.
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Why do I feel like this is a lie? .

because it is.
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750ti ( no 6pin) has sold probably in millions, people also overclocked that gpu and used with cheap i3+mobo. haven't seen any complaints yet. but this must be the end of universe.

I might credit Intel for over-'engineering' their chipsets in those instances. Most of these reports seem to be AMD based motherboards...
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I might credit Intel for over-'engineering' their chipsets in those instances. Most of these reports seem to be AMD based motherboards...

That is up to the individual mobo manufacturer and nothing to do with intel or amd as far as the boards go.
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I might credit Intel for over-'engineering' their chipsets in those instances. Most of these reports seem to be AMD based motherboards...

Lmao.. On that note, time for me to go to bed.
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Exactly. That CPU at 4.5GHZ is pulling quite a bit of power, not to mention having a rx 480 overclocked, but not overvolted.

Anyone who has "fried" a motherboard from the rx 480, should list their PSU and CPU frequency. Seems like in this case it could be the PSU.

Not to mention he has literally no case fans. It honestly looks to be a multitude of factors and not just the GPU which caused this failure.
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I suspect that anyone who overclocks will end up pulling more than 75 watts from the PCIE slot, surprised this story is getting so much attention.
    
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