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  1. Posts : 3,118
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       #421

    cheers chaps im sooo glad that i never had to cut or replace the cooler
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  2. Posts : 6,077
    Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
       #422

    Really glad you got them both fitted in the end, great news and it looks real nice
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  3. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #423

    you and me both chap cheers
    not had a single red screen either since uninstalling aida64
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  4. Posts : 2,973
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
       #424

    You can tell you really put the time and effort into that build Ganjiry........looks super good!
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  5. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #425

    cheers kbrady

    cables look a bit untidy now tho always gonna be something needs sorting lol
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  6. Posts : 26,577
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       #426

    ganjiry, do you really think AIDA64 was the cause of your red screen? I would really like to know. I was planning to buy it, but not if it causes problems like that.
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  7. Posts : 2,973
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
       #427

    I have been using AIDA64 for the last 3-4 months and I've not had any trouble with it. None just having it installed, none starting it up and none while stress testing the components. Were you using a fairly recent release?

    Just checked the site because mine has been bugging me for an update for awhile, and it looks like the new version(2.60.2100) adds support for some GeForce GTX video cards, such as the 650, 660. The problem Ganjiry was experiencing might have been some bug with fairly new hardware, SLI, etc.....may or may not have been fixed with the new update. Who knows
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  8. Posts : 3,118
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       #428

    yes mate 100%
    the reasons for this are,
    strangely id been running the one card without any probs at all with aida running at startup. because i could'nt get both cards in together i switched them just to make sure the second card was'nt faulty in any way. i started my pc up fine but as soon as aida started i got the red screen. so i put the original 670 in which redscreened as soon as aida launched so i rebooted into safe mode and stopped aida from launching at startup. rebooted fine.
    i spent a good few hours trawling the net for cause of the red screen as id never heard of it b4. what i found was that on pre kepler cards aida used to read the bios via a certain file thats not present in the kepler cards so the driver just chucks a wobbler n red screens but this was only suposed to be in an older version of aida. i was running the latest version though.
    GPU tweak and a couple of other programs cause it too but not all the time.

    edit: ive not tried installing aida again but may do as i used to use its onscreen display for monitoring temps/voltages n so on
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  9. Posts : 2,973
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
       #429

    ganjiry said:
    yes mate 100%
    the reasons for this are,
    strangely id been running the one card without any probs at all with aida running at startup. because i could'nt get both cards in together i switched them just to make sure the second card was'nt faulty in any way. i started my pc up fine but as soon as aida started i got the red screen. so i put the original 670 in which redscreened as soon as aida launched so i rebooted into safe mode and stopped aida from launching at startup. rebooted fine.
    i spent a good few hours trawling the net for cause of the red screen as id never heard of it b4. what i found was that on pre kepler cards aida used to read the bios via a certain file thats not present in the kepler cards so the driver just chucks a wobbler n red screens but this was only suposed to be in an older version of aida. i was running the latest version though.
    GPU tweak and a couple of other programs cause it too but not all the time.

    edit: ive not tried installing aida again but may do as i used to use its onscreen display for monitoring temps/voltages n so on
    If you kept AIDA from starting up, and after you were booted up started the program up, did you get the Red Screen? Was it just with AIDA running at startup, or was it AIDA running period?
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  10. Posts : 3,118
    Win7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #430

    it was as soon as aida launched at startup. i never tried launching it again, just uninstalled it but i will install it again and give it a go
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