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Powercolor 6950 Graphics Card crashes during Furmark Test

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May 28, 2013 4:50:55 PM

Everytime i run a test using Furmark it crashes with this error 0xa0000001 this is a replacement from cyberpower pc is it a faulty card or bad drivers? this is the third card i got from cyberpower and i am NOT happy..

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May 28, 2013 4:51:46 PM

I can Artifacts too when i power up the computer sometimes and after i close neverwinter today i got some artifacts on screen
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a b U Graphics card
May 28, 2013 4:58:16 PM

is it overclocked?

if it's running stock and it's artifacting, then it's a faulty card and you should definitely contact cyberpower PC.

A lot of their replacements are refurbished cards...
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May 28, 2013 4:59:02 PM

it is stock... sigh this is the 3rd card!
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a b U Graphics card
May 28, 2013 5:00:42 PM

Vernal cooper said:
it is stock... sigh this is the 3rd card!


That's the problem with PC makers lol. they usually send you refurbished stuff to save money... (although i've had good experience with dells and laptops lol.)
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May 28, 2013 5:06:37 PM

I'm done with them I'll just buy a new card in the Christmas
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a b U Graphics card
May 28, 2013 5:08:38 PM

Vernal cooper said:
I'm done with them I'll just buy a new card in the Christmas


just keep sending it in for replacement. maybe they'll eventually give up and send you a newer better card lol.
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May 28, 2013 5:10:08 PM

The downside is I live in the Bahamas and it cost 64 bucks to ship out California. ...
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a b U Graphics card
May 28, 2013 5:14:07 PM

Vernal cooper said:
The downside is I live in the Bahamas and it cost 64 bucks to ship out California. ...


ouch... Ya...... just buy a new one then.... and you really should compain the hell out of it to their customer service for not paying for shipping for faulty parts...
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May 28, 2013 5:14:54 PM

I don't get why you have to pay for shipping. It's their fault.
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May 28, 2013 5:19:56 PM

BloodyValley said:
I don't get why you have to pay for shipping. It's their fault.


All the manufacturer/Retailer returns pay for shipping..... Hell... even Dell pays for shipping and shit...
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May 28, 2013 5:27:24 PM

This company sucks im never using them again.. its like they want me to keep sending these faulty card till im broke.. even their warranty states they don't pay for shipping:

http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/company/warranty.aspx

WARRANTY COVERAGE - Company warrants to the original purchaser that the Product(s) shall be free of any defect in material or workmanship for a period of three years for labor and one year for parts from the date of the original invoice from Company. Except in the case of Notebooks, which carry a one year labor and one year parts from the date of the original invoice from Company. Company shall have the sole discretion in determining whether Product is covered under the warranty for labor and/or warranty for parts. Should the Product(s) supplied by Company prove defective by reason of improper workmanship or material as reasonably determined by Company, Company agrees, at its option, to either repair or replace the Product free of charge, *EXCLUDING ANY SHIPPING* or handling charges. Company shall not be responsible for any software or data installed on the Product originally supplied by Company. This warranty does not cover software, external devices, accessories or other parts added to a Company system after the system is shipped from Company, or accessories or parts that are not installed in the Company factory. Monitors, keyboards, and mice that are included on Company's standard price list are covered under this warranty; all other monitors, keyboards, and mice are not covered. Any part that is repaired or replaced under this warranty will, itself, be warranted only for the remainder of the warranty period of the original product being repaired or replaced.
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