I have had this card for about 6-8 months now, however, recently in the past few weeks While playing TERA it had started crashing with the error ffff:ffff when contacting GM's and people in game they identified as a hardware error... didn't think much of it as I hadn't had any issues...
I then started playing Diablo 3 again, and within 2-3 minutes (or less) after starting a game it also crashed with an "unexpected error" any suggestions or advice, or related problems to look into with solutions?
By the way, I had also done a fresh install of windows tried 3 different drivers including 314.22 314.09 (I believe it is) and 310.90 with the fresh install of windows I had also freshly installed both games... and same problems no matter the circumstance.
Oh... Thought everyone would like to know that my mobo or ram... Likely mobo stopped working tonight mid testing of ram... Testing one stick at a time yielded three continuous beeps... I thought ohhh hey culprit ram... Until i tried a previously working stick to get same three continuous beeps... And then tried all three, and clearing cmos.... Same three beeps... Blah i think my mobo or possibly cpu... Probably mobo is done for.... Asrock extreme4 z77 for inquiring minds
SinHardware is blocked at work, but the guy there did a good review of the Extreme4 and the Extreme6, finding that the VRMs on the 4 are not the same caliber. They're not MSI-bad, and a lot of people OC on that board, but I wouldn't push it too hard.
If you take out the video card, can you test using the onboard video too, or do you still get the three beeps? What is the brand and model (not just wattage) of your PSU? The purpose of that question is to see if power problems may have contributed to this issue.