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BSOD w/ NV5 Rv.3?

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hi, i am currently on my second BFG 6800GS. my first one had some pretty high temps, around 62C @ idle and 90C @ load. other than the high temps and not being able to unlock successfully the card was fine. so after looking around a bit, i decided to get the AC NV5 Rv.3. upon installation, i got the BSOD and some nv_disp.dll error (i think that was the one). my monitor would also shut off, and the display, when the monitor was on and i didnt get the BSOD, would be totally corrupted; i would get a bunch of smiley faces upon boot-up and all these lines across the screen. i have also read that some ppl seem to be having a similar problem w/ the BSOD, tho it seems to only be a driver issue (84.21). so i was wondering if any1 would kno what the issue might be and if i should perhaps install the unused cooler on my new card...tho i would have to get some AS5 and some thermal pads . thanks in advance
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Intel i7 970 @ 4.02GHz Gigabyte X58A-UD5 GTX470 SLI 12GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
1x 160GB Intel 320 SSD, 1x 80GB Intel SSD, 8x o... 1x Sony 830A, 1x Pioneer 116D Cooler Master Hyper 212+ (dual fans) Win7 x64 
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Samsung 2693 + ASUS VW266W Corsair HX850 Silverstone TJ07-BW Logitech G700 
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I have the same cooler on my 6800 AGP card. It worked great. Only reason I took it off was because I went to water cooling. Umm, silly question, but did you overtighten the backplate? Make sure no part of the backplate is touching the card.

EDIT: Oh crikey! I just looked at your PSU. That is probably the problem actually.
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