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Old Mar 28, 2013, 03:11 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by CurrentlyPissed View Post
Did I miss something? What happened on a driver frying a card? (Not being sarcastic, genuinely curious).
was 2 different versions of drivers that NV released some time ago that lead to cards being fried.. iirc was 196.75 WHQL the GTX 590s and older GTX 8800/9800s as well as the 285.38 betas causing failures in GTX 500 series.
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