Cryptler Posted December 4, 2010 Share Posted December 4, 2010 Hello everyone, I have been having video card problems for the past 2 months now. My 1st card lasted about 6 months. When it started acting up I had it RMAed for a new one. The new card (my 2nd) lasted about a day and a half before showing problems that the 1st card was having. I RMAed this card for yet another new one. The new card (my 3rd) lasted about 3 weeks before yet again having the same problem as the first two. Again I RMAed the card although I have not received it yet. Now someone suggested that I take a look at my PSU (Corsair TX750W) for any problems. I tried everything else that I could think of besides changing out motherboards. Now, these are the voltages I am getting out of the PSU: 12 Volt Rail: 12.89V to 13.10V 5 Volt Rail: 5.84V to 6.01V 3.3 Volt Rail: 4.18V to 4.30V These Voltages seem high to me so I guess what I am asking is, are these Voltages ok, and if not, is it possible that the PSU is frying my video cards? Thanks to anyone who tries to help me!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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