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Old February 5, 2013, 07:55 AM
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My GTX680 keeps crashing on 3DMark13, Unigine Heaven, and sometimes BF3. I know it's the video card because I had the same symptoms before i replaced my motherboard, processor and RAM, therefore the GPU is the only logical remaining culprit. The application will crash, and I'll get a message saying that the drivers have stopped working, but have successfully recovered. I've tried various versions of drivers, including a few beta drivers, as well as WHQL drivers, but to no avail. Therefore, I believe that a couple of modules of VRAM are faulty.

What is a good program to test my VRAM (link please)?

Alternatively, does anyone else have any other ideas as to what could be going on? What else should I be testing?

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Problem has been identified as some sort of overheating problem. RMA went through with Galaxy.

Originally Posted by great_big_abyss View Post
Anyways, the process of RMA'ing with Galaxy was so far nice, easy and quick. Galaxy gets a thumbs up from me in the customer service department.

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