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<p>So I built this new rig (i5 2500k, P8P67 Pro rev 3.1, 8gb 1600mhz c9, 750w, galaxy 560 ti) and I'm trying to test for stability. Sadly I'm getting a crash on Unigine after about 3 hours, the error I get is: d3d11AppWindow::swap_window:device removed</p>
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<p>After searching online, there seems to be a lot of people talking about it, but they all have some overclocks on their cards, I don't. </p>
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<p>I'm running the latest nVidia drivers, 285.62 and stock Windows 7 Ultimate.</p>
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<p>I'm in the process of install 3dMarks 11 and looping it to see if the error will be reproduced.</p>
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I had a 570 that would get the same error at stock voltage and 285.62 drivers, but increasing the voltage solved the problem. MSI was willing to RMA the card since it wasn't stable at stock.<br><br>
So if you don't feel comfortable with having to increase the voltage just to be stable at stock clocks, then you might want to look into Galaxy's RMA policy.
 

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<p>Hum. I think I'll try boosting the voltage first. </p>
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<p>I'd use a third party software like AfterBurner for that right?</p>
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