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    This is a joke. I have this issue too. Absolutely unacceptable for an $1800+ card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post
    This is a joke. I have this issue too. Absolutely unacceptable for an $1800+ card.
    Agreed. I got an email telling me the repair would take 2 weeks with no guarantee and could take longer due to part shortages. They also told me I don't even qualify for a shipping label. It's a $1800 GPU, shipping and insuring this thing is going to be expensive as hell. I'm seriously considering just returning it.

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    My latest fix is working OK while I wait for updates.... i cut 3 small squares from a velcro cable tie and slid them in between the card and the shroud, 1 on each end and 1 in the middle. Had it like that for a week or so and combined with the sag bracket, it's working well. But yeah, eye-watering price for the card (still can't quite believe I pulled the trigger on it!) so this is disappointing... I specifically held out for Asus as wanted top tier on quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by pk1209 View Post
    My latest fix is working OK while I wait for updates.... i cut 3 small squares from a velcro cable tie and slid them in between the card and the shroud, 1 on each end and 1 in the middle. Had it like that for a week or so and combined with the sag bracket, it's working well. But yeah, eye-watering price for the card (still can't quite believe I pulled the trigger on it!) so this is disappointing... I specifically held out for Asus as wanted top tier on quality
    I also just have a sag stand one end, and also a sag stand directly under the shroud where case PCI bracket is, this 90% resolves the issue for me, (stops the buzzing at the fan speeds I normally get to), but can come back with higher speeds. but again, should not have to push the shroud up to get it to be silent. Im rather pissed off, but as its still impossible to get a new card, i have to keep hold of it.Â*
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    Quote Originally Posted by gooper23 View Post
    Agreed. I got an email telling me the repair would take 2 weeks with no guarantee and could take longer due to part shortages. They also told me I don't even qualify for a shipping label. It's a $1800 GPU, shipping and insuring this thing is going to be expensive as hell. I'm seriously considering just returning it.
    What country are you in? Im in the UK, by law the have to provide free returns and back n forth for faulty hardware, in absolutely no situation are the consumer required to pay for faulty returns.

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    Talked to the place i bought it from (in Norway for context) and they are sending me a replacement once they have them in stock.

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    I messaged Blake, they will eventually want the cards back to sort it, which is fine.

    I currently am happily gaming undervolted (but overclocked) with two GPU sag holders stopping the buzzing noise which i'm fine with until Asus let us know what is going on :-).

    Apart from the buzzing at nth fan speed, i'm very pleased with the card, it's an utter beast.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by curthard89 View Post
    I messaged Blake, they will eventually want the cards back to sort it, which is fine.

    I currently am happily gaming undervolted (but overclocked) with two GPU sag holders stopping the buzzing noise which i'm fine with until Asus let us know what is going on :-).

    Apart from the buzzing at nth fan speed, i'm very pleased with the card, it's an utter beast.*
    I own 3x Titan RTX, 2x quadros RTX 6000, few Titan Blacks so they all quite expensive and very good at what they meant for, but I have to give Asus thumbs up for this Strix design.

    Love the slick and stealth look especially with RGB's off and internal components are much superior to other AIB partners. Also mine can clock easily at 2060-2070 without drops, keep in mind I have good case airflow and my NHD15S dual fan takes a lot of that backplate heat out to exhaust, which is huge help.
    Last edited by Megascrypt; 12-23-2020 at 06:49 PM.

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    I was able to put a bandaid on the issue until they have available stock for an advanced RMA. I had a piece of tape and just put it between the shroud. Seems to put enough tension on it to stop the audible vibrations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooper23 View Post
    I was able to put a bandaid on the issue until they have available stock for an advanced RMA. I had a piece of tape and just put it between the shroud. Seems to put enough tension on it to stop the audible vibrations.

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    Oh My definitely doesn't look appealing, but if it works for now until you can get your hands on replacement
    Last edited by Megascrypt; 12-24-2020 at 07:57 PM.

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