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I cant find where I can RMA NVIDIA ?

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a b U Graphics card
June 30, 2012 9:38:41 PM

I think theres a problem with my GTX 460. For 1. I play a lot of Counter-Strike: Source. And I have my FPS to CAP at 100. Now, Ive been noticing that my fps isnt steady at 100 any as sometimes it will drop down to the 70's. This card should be able to run the game no problem. I noticed the change when 1. I started a dual monitor setup. And 2. When I was playing Sniper Elite and it started getting to 25 fps. And I had to reinstall my whole operating system to fix that problem.

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June 30, 2012 9:48:10 PM

What are your game setting?
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a b U Graphics card
July 1, 2012 3:59:27 AM

I just have it at what it recommends my system to have.

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What are your game setting?

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a b U Graphics card
July 1, 2012 6:59:26 AM

How long have you had the card? You can't RMA something you've been using for months or years.
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a b U Graphics card
July 1, 2012 7:53:25 AM

Dual monitor will tax your gpu power..... (disable one when playing demanding games is good idea if your machine cannot keeps it up)

and u cannot RMA because it just lost a little performance and nothing actually broken..

edit: as the answear for your q, ussualy most store will handle the RMA for u if it not a very long time since u bought it. if it past the time but still under manufacturer waranty u can contact the manufacturer (EVGRA/MSI/Gigabyte/etc..) via they official web, they will guide u how to RMA their product........
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a b U Graphics card
July 2, 2012 8:59:32 PM

My computer can handle it perfectly. And I've tried that awhile ago. Still no difference at all. It plays every game I play fine with no lag. But when I have my fps maxed at 100 because I dont like to see screen tear all the time. It will drop down to 75 which you cant see a difference bewteen 100 and 75 anyway. I just think thats a huge drop.

rdc85 said:
Dual monitor will tax your gpu power..... (disable one when playing demanding games is good idea if your machine cannot keeps it up)

and u cannot RMA because it just lost a little performance and nothing actually broken..

edit: as the answear for your q, ussualy most store will handle the RMA for u if it not a very long time since u bought it. if it past the time but still under manufacturer waranty u can contact the manufacturer (EVGRA/MSI/Gigabyte/etc..) via they official web, they will guide u how to RMA their product........

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a b U Graphics card
July 3, 2012 6:31:00 AM

Hmm...

No idea then why that happen, is this because new nvidia adaptive v-syc (or something similar, i'm forget the name) that recently implement in the driver....

but if u wanna RMA it the best by contacting them from manufacture web..
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August 17, 2012 6:54:39 PM

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August 17, 2012 7:20:15 PM

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