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XFX GeForce 7950gt 512mb AGP card overheated

Card boots but has several lines running down screen.(overheated while playing halo 2) I don't know if its possible to buy a warranty for xfx through this site. Also, how does this warranty work. Do i need to take the broken card to a specific place? or can i mail it in for repair?

Tried cleaning the card with iso-alcohol, checked for broken capacitors. Cpu is probably toasted.

any repair tips would be appreciated
thanks -pat

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Re: XFX GeForce 7950gt 512mb AGP card overheated


Here is the warranty info on your x7950gt card.
It has a lifetime warranty, if you registered it within 30 days of purchase.Please read the paragraph at the bottom for the full explanation.

Please let me know how you make out.

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Hi, if you have got the drivers for this v/card then load them while you have your present one in place, if you dont have the drivers then go to the manufacturers website and get them . when you have loaded the drivers then check if you need to enable any changes in your bios. Change the card and if it is functional then you should have solved your problem. A card that advanced needs drivers far greater than you would find in XP. Regards mistyman

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