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    Tearing and Artifacts, SC2. Asus GTX 770 DC2

    did this ever happen to you?
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    i have the same artifacts with my asus 660ti oc for past 6 months, it happen with SC2, WOW, but not diablo 3. I thought it was a drivers problem, so i keep upgrading the drivers each time nvidia have a new release but the artifacts keep coming back, then i went out to buy a asus 770 dcuii oc last week. no driver update or anything , the artifacts is gone, so i RMA my 660ti right the way, they call me to pick up a replacement card in 3rd working day but i think is a refurbish card. well i dont have time to try out the replacment 660ti yet. because the 770 is working nicely. if you are not overclocking your card or the max temp of your card is under 90 you probably need rma your card.

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    Some users are reporting stability issues after upgrading their drivers to display driver branches R319_00 and above (i.e. R320.18, R320.49, R326.19, etc.). Fixes for some of these issues have been included with driver 320.49 and the latest 326.41 however we are still working to resolve all user issues. This thread is to capture information that can help us resolve all of the issues affecting stability in desktop use and games that some users are reporting. For normal bug submissions, please continue to report these in our main feedback thread:

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    so now i have to rma my gpu. hays... asus surely is a dissappointment.
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    This happens to me (gtx 670 dc2) in Far Cry 3. I close it and reopen, this fixes it. But after playing it 5-6 hours without giving a break, it happens again.

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    hope to asus/nvidia fix this.

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