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Pixelation full screen, RMA?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by newconroer, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. newconroer

    newconroer

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    A friend of mine has a GTX 280 that was working as of yesterday. Today it's giving him this >

    http://img01.yeuxverts.net/_images_/img01.12/nvu22i.k9q5uf.7z2vk.jpg

    As soon as he turns on the computer.

    He's been through checkin the seating, the temperature, power etc. Everything is as it was before, when it was working.

    Since this is happening as soon as he turns on the computer, and he's put in an old card which works immediatley, I am thinking he should RMA?

    Thoughts?
     
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  2. technicks

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    RMA for sure. Asap.:)
     
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    card is nuked RMA
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    memorys fried by the looks of it, had the same issue a few years ago with a geforce ti4600
     
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  6. zithe

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    A few years ago? ><

    Can't say anything that hasn't already been said. RMA it. XD
     

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