So this topic is pretty much dead, and so is my card now. It started crashing to a black screen with looping sound anywhere from 5 to 30 mintes into any 3d application or game, except in FarCry for some reason. Anyways, I was reading a ton of forums, mostly the eVGA forums, and there were about a dozen people with the superclock and CO versions of this card who were having the same problems I just described, most if not all of them got their card to work if they turned the frequency down to "stock" speeds of 375/1200. This is ridiculous because they (evga, xfx etc...) are selling these cards as "stable" at the factory overclocks, which they clearly aren't. eVGA was blaming peoples power supplies saying they werent powerful enough to run the "OC" versions of these cards because of the increased power needs. The part that bothers me is that all the cards, whether it be the stock or factory overclocked versions, have the same minimum PSU wattage requirement on the box. These companies should really post specific power requirements for each card and make it clear to the end user exactly what they need to run this card under any condition it could be in. 2 or 3 people in that thread (it was a long one) recieved their replacement cards (the superclock version 460/1350) and had them working at the factory speeds in the same setup they had with their old card, one guy even had it running on his generic 350W PSU that came with his $30 case. I really find it hard to believe that there are dozens of these defective cards out there, but all signs are pointing to that being the case. At any rate, I sent in my RMA request, we'll see what happens.