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I was hoping to turn in my GFX card for a rebate until I get a new mobo and PSU. The trouble is, I overclocked for like an hour. Is there anyway to tell without installing the GFX card in to a comp? BTW it is a 256mb GeForce FX 5500
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Nope unless you have burn marks on the core, but that seems impossible because you only overclocked it for an hour or so.... and how are you trading of for a rebate? Evga Step-Up Program..?
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Sorry, miscomunnication. I am getting a rebate. But ok, I shall check that out. Thanks for the info.
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