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Originally Posted by Chairless View Post
fanboy vitriol aside, i work for a reasonably large UK pc oem, we have been selling the 590's since launch day and i am yet to hear of any cards we have sold having any other problems outside of "its a dual gpu card".

Just saying.

Will watch this space i guess.
This IS a problem. Nvidia is not taking the PR hit and locking down the voltage for no reason.

http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...lamps-gtx.html
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I will believe it when / if i have had an unusual amount of burnt out stock clock cards on my desk

I dont need links im not going to read ta very much.

All i am saying is im reading all this about a defective card while seeing no real world evidence to back it up, which on a day to day basis i would if it were true but it is far more likely this has been blown completely out of proportion and only affecting a ridiculously small % of cards.

Yet to see a GPU released that doesnt fail, some more than others, maybe its too early but im not seeing a disproportionate amount of returns for the 590 when compared to any other card.

In fact, not had one yet and we have shipped quite a few.
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