Cantousent Posted June 1, 2006 Share Posted June 1, 2006 Well, friends, the RMA is completed. As some of you know, I've sent my video card, the manly Asus EN7900 GTX, back to the retailer for a replacement. Apparently, I managed to put everything back in the box. Actually, I had everything handy, so that wasn't an issue. The new card has not yet shipped, but it should be here either tomorrow or Monday. Huzzah! Still, I'm not exactly happy. Why, you ask? Well, there are a few reasons. First of all, I've had my new system built for about two weeks and I have yet to get an hour of unspotted gameplay on it. The card itself seemed to suffer from either overheating (my hope is that it was a faulty card that was causing overheating) or bad drivers. If the new card acts the same way, it's time to contact Asus directly and ask them what the hell gives with their card. Of course, it might be the motherboard (also Asus) or even the software. So, my system sits on its side, doing nothing. I must wait for a return part. I'm not even sure in the replacement part will take care of the problem. After that, I don't know what will take care of the problem. Why be unhappy? In these chronicles, henchforth known as the Asus Account, I plan on detailing my every trial and tribulation. It has fallen on me to be the sacrificial lamb, testing the Geforce 7900 waters. See my mistakes, friends, and learn! Fionavar's Holliday Wishes to all members of our online community: Happy Holidays Join the revelry at the Obsidian Plays channel:Obsidian Plays Remembering tarna, Phosphor, Metadigital, and Visceris. Drink mead heartily in the halls of Valhalla, my friends! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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