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Well like I say a few post ago, that problems usually are problems in heatsink or VRM you can't see it in the sensor of temperature because its partial, but I always recommend in this "rare" cases re-assemble the GPU
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I don't know how contracts are done in your country. In EU the contract is between customer and retailer, retailer-distributor, distributor-distributor, ... , distributor-manufacturer. While manufacturer will usually service the card for anyone if one wants to get money back or product exchange etc. it's all done with retailer as only they can get you the money back even if manufacturer issues a refund the money goes down through the whole chain as the contracts were made which also guarantees that you get the exact money back you paid not the excl. tax retail price manufacturer sells the cards in bulk for.

In Texas... get your guns and walk to the store defective card in one hand, gun in the other lol

Heh, too bad I ordered through jet.com otherwise I could have settled it the old fashioned way!

Yeah I at least made sure NOT to take the no returns discount, so worst comes to worst I will return it to them
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I've been seeing GPU memory errors (3 to 25) from hwinfo when playing Rise of Tomb Raider in DX12. Is this normal or should I revert Crimson from 16.9.2? Zero errors for GTA V.

Also for MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8Gb, what is the ideal custom fan curve in MSI Afterburner? I'm using Gaming mode and Zero Frozr is enabled and my max temps are 76c and vrm at 87c.
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Guess your case has bad airflow or you live in a sauna or you were unlucky with the chip lottery or unlucky card manufacturing. 70-75C is quite normal though, at stock. Yours is not that far off considering many reviews are done open bench not a closed limited airflow case.
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post #1695 of 4342
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I've been seeing GPU memory errors (3 to 25) from hwinfo when playing Rise of Tomb Raider in DX12. Is this normal or should I revert Crimson from 16.9.2? Zero errors for GTA V.

Also for MSI RX 480 Gaming X 8Gb, what is the ideal custom fan curve in MSI Afterburner? I'm using Gaming mode and Zero Frozr is enabled and my max temps are 76c and vrm at 87c.

Sporadic memory errors in a game session it's normal, the problem it's when you have constant memory 1 per second or more - But usually in loading screens, cut scenes, etc you will have a few memory errors sometimes, depend on the game and API.-
The Video card can handle a few memory errors it's desing with a system to fix that - The problem like I say it's when you have all the time playing memory errors.-
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Guess your case has bad airflow or you live in a sauna or you were unlucky with the chip lottery or unlucky card manufacturing. 70-75C is quite normal though, at stock. Yours is not that far off considering many reviews are done open bench not a closed limited airflow case.

My case is Fractal Arc Midi R2 with 3 140mm and 120mm for bottom and rear top slot. Although ambient temps here are 28 - 31c.
Is it okay to leave the fan settings at stock, zero frozr enabled to prolong fan bearings?
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Sporadic memory errors in a game session it's normal, the problem it's when you have constant memory 1 per second or more - But usually in loading screens, cut scenes, etc you will have a few memory errors sometimes, depend on the game and API.-
The Video card can handle a few memory errors it's desing with a system to fix that - The problem like I say it's when you have all the time playing memory errors.-

In Witcher 3 and Gta V there are no memory errors for 3 hours gaming. Just in Rise of Tomb Raider. I like to keep my graphics card at stock except for fan curve if needed.

So it isn't detrimental for the card in long term if memory errors pop up everytime I play that specific game?
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In Witcher 3 and Gta V there are no memory errors for 3 hours gaming. Just in Rise of Tomb Raider. I like to keep my graphics card at stock except for fan curve if needed.

So it isn't detrimental for the card in long term if memory errors pop up everytime I play that specific game?

Dx12 manage the mem different and deppends in game optimization.
Example metro last light probly will show you memory errors.
Nothing to warry about, in crossfirex for example its more sensitive to memory memory errors
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What the hell, this looks horrible, it's like a crime scene, damn..! Is that an XFX? Send those photos to them, if we are lucking someone there cares about the product and may take steps to make sure this doesn't happen anymore. But for now this further strengthens my dislike for that brand... frown.gif

Wow i thought my thermal paste application was the worst
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Just got my Sapphire Nitro + RX 480 in....pretty excited, since it is my first brand new, new to the market card.

Or at least, I WAS excited...
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So I posted this on the AMD forums with no response and figured you guys might have some insight for me, see below:

I am having issues with my brand new Sapphire Nitro + RX 480 4gb. For some reason, usually randomly but it is aggravated by opening the Radeon Settings menu, I am getting the "Display Driver Stopped working and has recovered" error. For what its worth, I had to disable the motherboard splash screen because it was getting displayed all corrupted since I put the new card in, but I read that can be a gigabyte issue.

Here are my system specs:

CPU: Phenom ii 960t with unlocked cores (x6)
GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480 4gb
Motherboard: Gigabyte 970a-ud3 Rev. 1.1
PSU: OCZ ZT 750 watt
OS: Windows 10 64 bit

I originally had Windows 7, and I installed the drivers just over my existing ones. Tried running a heaven benchmark (to compare results to the 6970 I replaced) and it crashed right before it finished, but it looked great the whole time until that point. Then I totally cleaned the drivers out with DDU, reinstalled the latest drivers, then started seeing the "Display Driver stopped responding and has restarted" error, especially when I would go into the Radeon Settings menu. So I reformatted and installed Windows 10, same issues. Updated Motherboard BIOS, reinstalled windows 10 again (Since the BIOS update reset the factory defaults) and still have the issue. When it happens, usually I have the radeon settings open and the program crashes and is unusable.

Any Ideas from anyone? Hoping I dont have to RMA or anything, that would really deflate all of this excitement

*EDIT* I should mention I have tried the latest hotfix drivers and the version just before that so far

*EDIT2* Someone mentioned I should try turning on UEFI bios. I dont think my mobo supports full UEFI but I do have HybridEFI....does this sound like it could fix any issues?

Sadly if I remeber correctly, no UEFI, no 480.

Edit: Yep. I was right, sorry man. Others have had the same issue - No UEFI no 480
    
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