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Well, being that I'm not that smart.....I will try to think good, and maybe I's will be able to figure out tis ting.

Anyways, it it blatenly obvious that it is not nVidia's fault, more likely it is your fault for using cheap equipment. I mean, come on man, FOUR bad cards? And you got FOUR bad ones in a row out of how many hundreds of thousands are made?

Ok, anyways. you need to get a multi-meter and test EVERYTHING in your rig. I would start with the 12v rail just 'cause it's easy.

Just calm down dude, it's definetly not nVidia's fault, I'm so confident of that, that I would give you my rig if I was wrong.

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post #22 of 49
Nvidia normaly only supply the chips but the 7800+7900 series are diff.They supp Chips and pcb Might be the manufacturers error trying to change something or a bad batch all is standard in your bios yes?.
As others have said before it might be the psu.The Vga/pci power line might not be "clean" or stable or fluctuating.
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yea there is definitely something wrong in ur pc voltages
    
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Originally Posted by Krunk_Kracker
Well, being that I'm not that smart.....I will try to think good, and maybe I's will be able to figure out tis ting.

Anyways, it it blatenly obvious that it is not nVidia's fault, more likely it is your fault for using cheap equipment. I mean, come on man, FOUR bad cards? And you got FOUR bad ones in a row out of how many hundreds of thousands are made?

Ok, anyways. you need to get a multi-meter and test EVERYTHING in your rig. I would start with the 12v rail just 'cause it's easy.

Just calm down dude, it's definetly not nVidia's fault, I'm so confident of that, that I would give you my rig if I was wrong.

Also, fill in your rig specs, as it will help us help you better.
Like said above its eally not Nvidia's fault as there is something Lurking in your system killing your G-card, Ive got a feeling your PCI-E slot is kicking out to many volts Due to your PSU forcing it. I would get a voltmeter and check everything you can as it also may be your motherboard at fault.
post #25 of 49
Two Words

Faulty Mobo

No way 4 cards shoulh be acting up. I would seriously check your PSU or Change the board, a card CAN be destroyed if there is not enough juice.

I have had a GPU kill my Mobo before and it screws up the whole system. Either it's you or it's the mobo, I'll take my chance on that it is the mobo
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I concur gator, its a faulty mobo, theres no way IN HELL youre gonna get 4 defective cards.
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post #27 of 49
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Originally Posted by Krunk_Kracker
Well, being that I'm not that smart.....I will try to think good, and maybe I's will be able to figure out tis ting.

Anyways, it it blatenly obvious that it is not nVidia's fault, more likely it is your fault for using cheap equipment. I mean, come on man, FOUR bad cards? And you got FOUR bad ones in a row out of how many hundreds of thousands are made?

Ok, anyways. you need to get a multi-meter and test EVERYTHING in your rig. I would start with the 12v rail just 'cause it's easy.

Just calm down dude, it's definetly not nVidia's fault, I'm so confident of that, that I would give you my rig if I was wrong.

Also, fill in your rig specs, as it will help us help you better.
How about you give me your rig if he's wrong...I could use a rig like that....
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post #28 of 49
Have you got Warranty on your Motherboard If so RMA it.
post #29 of 49
The chances of you getting a faulty card are less than 100 so the chances of 4 faulty cards is?

100x100x100x100=100,000,000 in 1. That is what we like to call highly unlikely so remote are the chances in fact that most people would disregard them completely. New PSU or Mobo time for you.
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i have just recieved my forth replacement of my 7900 gtx today. i poped it in the my comp tonight and it fried its self again!!! i dont knwo how this keeps happening but the min i turn my comp on the card begins to overheat like crazy and burn out. Nvidia is the worst crap out there. i think i should really go with ATI from now on, and if any one of you "nvidia fanboys" are smart(which u prolly arnt) then u sould really switch to ATI. form wat i hear they out perform the GTX's by alot! and i guess some ppl belioeve that ATI is gona be the world leader in graphics cards in the future

NVIDA MUST DIE!!!!
As previously stated it's not nVidia. After you killed four $500.00 video cards did you not even stop and ask yourself "maybe its my power supply" or "maybe it's my motherboard" I mean cmon on man do you really think you'd get 4 bad cards in a row? But I know it's a lot easier to blame nVidia than to blame yourself.
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