Originally Posted by OnePostWonder
I went to the Newegg link for that card and the number of reviews with people having profound issues is higher than should be. If it turns out to be the graphics card, I'd try and get a different model under warranty. Always be as pleasant as you can be (sometimes it's good to be a brown-noser
) and if you get hassled about it, I'd direct them to that page and tell them to look at the reviews.
Companies know when they have a problem like this, they just don't resort to restoring the consumer as a first choice because it's going to cost them. That'll be a lot of cards in the bin.
haha i linked them to the page in the angry email that i sent :P