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Somedude96

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  1. Somedude96

    Choices choices

    Well, I hate gambling too. Guess that settles that.
  2. Somedude96

    Choices choices

    Oh, okay. Back to the topic. Should I take the deal or not?
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    Choices choices

    I do video and photo editing from time to time but yeah mostly gaming.
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    Choices choices

    Does the 16 series support ray tracing? I don't really need ray tracing, just curious.
  5. Somedude96

    Choices choices

    I have a couple of bad experiences regarding Radeon cards so I wanna try the green team next.
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    Choices choices

    So, there's a shop in my city that sells brand new and used hardware. He sells used MSI GTX 1060s 6GB for the same price as a brand new GTX 1050ti. He said these cards were used for a few months and weren't used for mining, they were mainly used for gaming, photo, and video editing and "AutoCAD?" However, he can only give a 1-month warranty. Should I take the deal or should I buy brand new ones like the GTX 1050ti instead?
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    Graphics card gone for good?

    Nope. I got only a year of warranty.
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    Graphics card gone for good?

    F*** my life.
  9. Somedude96

    Graphics card gone for good?

    What a shitty card I have.
  10. Somedude96

    Graphics card gone for good?

    Yeah, I know that.
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    Graphics card gone for good?

    I talked to them about the card and they didn't charge me.
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    Graphics card gone for good?

    Hey, everyone. So, I have a dying video card which is an R7 265 Dual X from Sapphire. It has served me for only less than 2 years. The first thing I noticed was constant stuttering, then freezes then discolored stripes (even in the BIOS). Now, for some reason, I can't boot to Windows when the driver is installed. (Booted to safe mode to uninstall the driver and I was able to boot to Windows again) I determined that it was the graphics card's fault when I replaced it with my old one the Geforce 210 which worked. Now, what I did to "revive" the card was heating it in an oven(I've watched dozens of "Putting your graphics card in an oven" videos including Linus' so I was pretty sure what I was doing). It worked! Sort of... It died again in 3 days. I did the same thing again and it died again for less than a day. I've sent the card to a repair shop and they basically did the same thing. It worked aaaaaaaand it died again. WHAT THE F*** SHOULD I DO WITH THIS CARD?! If anyone knows better, please help. PC Specs CPU: i3 6100 Stock speed GPU: R7 265 2GB RAM:4GB OS: Windows 10 Pro STORAGE: 1TB Seagate Barracuda PSU: 450W Thermaltake
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