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GTX465's artifact/drivers crash

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I have a interesting problem with my EVGA GTX 465's.

My cards don't artifact when my gpu usage/temps are high, but instead when usage and temps are low and mostly in game menu's.
I can play any game out there for hours with no artifacts or crashes, but if i sit in a menu the cards seem to start acting up, usually starts with artifacts then nvidia drivers failing (screen flashes black/game crashes).
This also happens when i'm outside a game, at very random times drivers seem to fail or i get a artifact.
If i launch a game and the resolution isn't at 1920x1080, i get purple artifacts all the way across the screen.

-I've tried each card by themselves, nothing changes.
-Reinstalled drivers (used driver sweeper in safe mode)
-Reinstalled windows
-tried beta drivers
-Ran msi kombustor with no problems
-Ran EVGA oc scanner with no problems
-cards don't pass 78C
-no overclocking
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I know that your video card has a good temperature when in-game, but maybe your fan is defect; meaning that it doesn't work properly on low speeds.
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Originally Posted by Rionrace View Post
I know that your video card has a good temperature when in-game, but maybe your fan is defect; meaning that it doesn't work properly on low speeds.
Well even outside games the temps are fine on both cards.
Edited by guesswhatimevan - 2/23/11 at 2:06pm
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