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F@H failed error

i had an RX 570 8gb lying around so i popped it into my computer to add to my F@H month and after about 5 min it shows up as failed. before it fails it will download and upload like 7 or so files in the log

it is not OC at all just stock stuff. Drivers are installed, i did the auto find tool thing and it said it was installing a driver for both of the GPU's.

Last folding month i did the same thing with this card and it worked fine its just been sitting on a shelf. I pulled it apart and reapplied the TP as it was old and dry but that did nothing to help.

 

 

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Sometimes this will magically clear itself with a reboot.

 

Other times you have to delete the slot, reboot and try again.

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1 hour ago, Gorgon said:

Sometimes this will magically clear itself with a reboot.

 

Other times you have to delete the slot, reboot and try again.

Did all that, no effect. Perhaps I'll just RMA the card to MSI, it's still got like 18 months left on the warranty

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