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Here is the driver you need. For your own good and for the food of you GTX 570, dowload it:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-wi...ql-driver.html

Also, you will want to try bypassing your surge protector, as I think the problem could be manifesting there.

If you are worried about over heating, downloading a utility to monitor temps and adjust fan speed. I recommend MSI Afterburner.
Interesting, so I want the Vista 64-bit version even though I have a 32-bit Vista?
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Somewhat of a longshot, but check the amperage requirement of the card and the amperage available on the +12V rail of the PSU. Sounds stupid, but my upgrade from a 9800GTX+ to a GTX 285 OC resulted in similar crashes when under heavy load (furmark). The new card requires 21A on the +12V when my PSU only provides 18A.

Note: Everyday gaming doesn't pull the same loads as a benchmark. Try a game out and see if it still crashes. I'm still on the 18A PSU because it's never crashed in SC2.
Edited by Xyxyll - 1/19/11 at 10:37pm
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Luke, thanks for the links, I will try a full driver reinstall and will fill out the more detailed specs sheet soon.

windfire, I was iffy about pluggin the power connectors, for some reason i thought i only needed one, but still did both. I used the one that was connected to my old card and then used the cable Y shaped thing that came with the card and connected that to the closest cable that it would fit and then into the second connector.
Explain!
This does not sound too good.
Your Corsair 750W should have 4 such PCIe connectors, for using with graphic cards. So, use 2 of such to connect to your GTX570. Avoid using the ''4-pin molex to 6-pin PCIe'' adaptor, if possible.
(I suspect you have only used one 4-pin molex (instead of 2) to connect to that Y-shape adaptor cable. If so, this is the culprit. You need 2.)
Edited by windfire - 1/19/11 at 10:38pm
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My bad, yes, you want 32 bit.
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Thanks for the feedback everybody.

Btw, should of mentioned before, nothing in my system is or has ever been OCed.
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Thanks for pointing that out (32 vs 64bit)!
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Explain!
This does not sound too good.
Your Corsair 750W should have 4 such PCIe connectors, for using with graphic cards. So, use 2 of such to connect to your GTX570. Avoid using the ''4-pin molex to 6-pin PCIe'' adaptor, if possible.
(I suspect you have only used one 4-pin molex (instead of 2) to connect to that Y-shape adaptor cable. If so, this is the culprit. You need 2.)
Ok yeah i used that Y-shaped adapter thing that came with my card. I should of looked more for the other power connectors coming directly from my PSU. I'm gonna go ahead and shut her down and redo the power connectors.
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Thanks for pointing that out (32 vs 64bit)!
No problem, simple mistake.
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Somewhat of a longshot, but check the amperage requirement of the card and the amperage available on the +12V rail of the PSU. Sounds stupid, but my upgrade from a 9800GTX+ to a GTX 285 OC resulted in similar crashes when under heavy load (furmark). The new card requires 21A on the +12V when my PSU only provides 18A.

Note: Everyday gaming doesn't pull the same loads as a benchmark. Try a game out and see if it still crashes. I'm still on the 18A PSU because it's never crashed in SC2.
The Corsair 750TX has 60A on a single 12V rail so, unless the power supply isn't functioning properly, it has plenty of power to spare.

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Your Corsair 750W should have 4 such PCIe connectors, for using with graphic cards. So, use 2 of such to connect to your GTX570. Avoid using the ''4-pin molex to 6-pin PCIe'' adaptor, if possible.
(I suspect you have only used one 4-pin molex (instead of 2) to connect to that Y-shape adaptor cable. If so, this is the culprit. You need 2.)
This. Reseat card and connect both connectors straight from the power supply.
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Ok yeah i used that Y-shaped adapter thing that came with my card. I should of looked more for the other power connectors coming directly from my PSU. I'm gonna go ahead and shut her down and redo the power connectors.
Awaiting your positive report
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