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Old 02-10-11, 03:01 PM   #23
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Default Re: 570 GTX SLI Questions

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Originally Posted by Peoples-Agent View Post
Here's a spanner in the works.

Both cards and screen flickering on and off with a nlvkdmwtf error. Format PC, same prob in SLI or or single. One theory is that this particular card has tendency to sit higher in slots so the outer edge of the DVI cable touches the case causing this issue.

Both sent back. Two EVGA 570 SC ordered. If these don't work I'm taking up heroin and anarchy.
Dude... that just blows.

Is it possible that other components may be your issue? faulty RAM? CPU? Bad motherboard? The GPU isn't the only component in your computer that could go bad. I've had 2 sets of ram go bad in the last 8 months, and that caused everything from game freezing to an unstable desktop that would crash every couple minutes. It's only once I got some RAM that was rated for higher voltage (1.6V) that I finally stopped killing memory. In this case, it was a motherboard issue because I couldn't set the memory voltage below 1.6V, and the memory was rated for 1.5V.

Anyway, hope you get it figured out bud. Having to change out hardware constantly really sucks.
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