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That happens to me too, but only in Dawn of War 2. Maybe your card is overheating?

The 460s are giving a lot of people problems and usually people say to check to make sure your PSU is good enough, and then to check for overheating.

Have you tried any other drivers, like the beta drivers at the Nvidia site?

Never heard of a single problem with this card, and I've never had a single problem myself.

To the person talking about the overclock, as soon as I got mine i OC to 850/1700/1950 and saw a massive performance increase, and I'm still running extremely cool - I'm guessing I can probably get a bit closer to 900 but have never tried. Maybe even 900.
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You probably did hear a squeal. Capacitors will squeal at higher voltages. I've had motherboards and graphics cards squealing in the past.
Ye I know that, but it was higher then normal.
It squeals a lot when I run folding@home .
Well..It seems it's back again.It was working for fine since I last edited that post..Gah, I'll try a couple more things..If not..Time to RMA.
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Ye, I downloaded the beta drivers last night..
I haven't had a problem since..At least it's working.I put the voltage back and the small over clock.
Thanks for everyones help.
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