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  1. Wrigleyvillain

    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Saw a tweet to report cheaters at help.ea.com and "provide video or screenshot evidence"...
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    These are the kinda teams I'm talking about :/ wwoooo like hitting my face against a cement wall for 30 min.
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    Ufgy's score is reversed, he usually plays pretty damn well.
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    The other team was just stacked, he did well he was repairing and such. Only reason my points are high is because of my kills, we seriously had like no flags that round, almost all of my points are anti-vehicle ribbons and kills, me and Ufgy managed to cap a few flags now and then, but the rest of our team was just sitting by the exit of our base mostly or failing to fly.
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    It was not my best game. the fact i came second on our team was the deciding factor to stop playing.
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    Dave found time to do some Yoga middle of the game.
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    Just checked we are now over 50 more pages
    on this clubhouse then we had on BFBC2. :D
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    Its because im spamming with my double posts
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    Well, sad news. I have to RMA my new card. Worst part is I have to pay Newegg for return shipping ~12.50 usd.

    The card was undervolted, underclocked and caused windows errors like BSOD and crash to Desktop anytime it was pushed. Load a game? crash etc. My outlook on Nvidia cards right now is crap.
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    Do not pay for return shipping. You just got the card, it's defective. Let Newegg handle the costs. Contact their support.
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Might have to throw an absolute shit fit for that to happen. Only time I've ever seen a return shipping label paid for is from defective hardware off Ebay (simply because people would give them a bad review otherwise). I've had to RMA new things back to Newegg a few times and always had to pay the shipping :/ I just had to RMA my 2 month old P67 Professional Fatal1ty and had to pay shipping on that.
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    Are you POSITIVE its the card?
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    He may need to reinstall windows..... :cool:
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    He did already. That's why I question the whole thing. I'm not saying the card is bad but the chances he missed something on installation are greater.
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    How many drivers did he try? Also try the ones that come on the CD when shipped. Did you try to set stock clocks in MSI afterburner to see if that would fix the situation?
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    thanks TMM, i installed it this morning and am going do install Malwarebytes rite now
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    this is why i don't buy anything from company's like gigabyte or sapphire. cause they expect us rma there parts to Hong kong or Thailand
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    He is RMAing back to newegg which is a lot better also Sapphire and gigabyte have US company RMA addresses. I have had to RMA gigabyte stuff and sapphire stuff in the past with no issue just had to have my receipt.
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    No problem man. Use MSE for the real time scanner and Malwarebytes for the occasional passive scan. Just don't use the Malwarebyte real time scanner as it conflicts with MSEs.

    Oh and of course don't be retarded. Practice safe computing :laugh:
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    Sorry to hear that but it's rather the manufacturer to blame. Was that MSI?
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    this has to be the longest thread in tpu history lol
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    Its Rubber Ducky we are talking about. Hes probably got a cheerio stuck in the fan or something.
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