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I just played a round of BF3. 64 people map on ULTRA. The highest my GPU got was 79 degrees. Before i hit 85.

Interesting.
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Yeah dust can be a major issue. I remember with my old pc it used to BSOD randomly until I did a good clean, then the bsods went away.
I'll let you in on a secret, buy fan filters. Living in a house with A LOT of dust I used to have to clean my old pc out every month or two. My new case came with filters for all my intake fans and now I clean my pc about twice, three times a year and that’s only really the filters. Inside is still good to go.

I took note of this bro thank you.

How do you clean inside your PC? I would like to have some insight.
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I took note of this bro thank you.
How do you clean inside your PC? I would like to have some insight.

http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331143737&sr=8-1

I use the same thing. It's also good for other things around the house that needs a good blowin' thumb.gif
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Best way to clean a dusty PC case?

Carry it outside, power up the air-compressor and blow away from every possible angle........ Helps if you have a hand activated nozzle for the air hose.
 
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I just recieved an email from Zotac about the issue i had.

They told me that I should return the card for replacement since it is faulty. I wonder if i should do this or wait if the problem happens again.

The thing is as MASKED said this might be a fluke and maybe when they recieve the card, in their tests they wont see a problem and send the same card again.

I just sent them an email telling that the problem is not happening now, and waiting for their response.


Also about cleaning, i will be buying an air compressor unit this weekend. It is hard for me to purchase that product in amazon and have them ship it here.
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Best way to clean a dusty PC case?
Carry it outside, power up the air-compressor and blow away from every possible angle........ Helps if you have a hand activated nozzle for the air hose.

+1

Air compressors are the best. Period. Stay away from any kind of vacuum cleaner even if it says "esd safe" or whatever. All the dust flying up into the nozzle, static storm. I personally have a mid sized air comprossor in my workshop that I use and I have to say a combination of a brand new paint brush and an air comprossor and there is no dust that can hide from you.
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http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331143737&sr=8-1
I use the same thing. It's also good for other things around the house that needs a good blowin' thumb.gif

+rep for the link!
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post #3888 of 5154
So i got another reply from Zotac. Basically telling me that if the problem doesnt happen now, i should use the card for now but stress test it with Furmark or Ati tool

I never used any of these softwares before. Do i have to use both of them or just 1 will be enough?
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I found the following for ATITool at TechPowerUp's download page: "ATITool will only work on Windows 2000/XP/2003 (64 bit versions are supported)."

If this is so, and they have no reason to lie about it, then this program is worthless to both you and most of the rest of us since we mostly use modern operating systems.

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I found the following for ATITool at TechPowerUp's download page: "ATITool will only work on Windows 2000/XP/2003 (64 bit versions are supported)."
If this is so, and they have no reason to lie about it, then this program is worthless to both you and most of the rest of us since we mostly use modern operating systems.

Exactly. I looked up the Ati Tools as well and they were all released in 2006. I am not sure if this will work at all. The guy told me this "stress test with Furmark and scan for artifacts with ati tool"

Anyhow I stress tested for 15 mins at 1080p with Furmark. Highest I had was 84 degrees in one core and 79 in the other one. Also my burn in score is 2456. No idea what that means.
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