<b>Processor:</b> Intel Core i7 920 D0 (4Ghz) <b>Motherboard:</b> ASUS P6T
<b>Memory:</b> 6GB DDR3 RAM (Kingston) <b>Graphics:</b> GTX 260 (216 cores, physX); EVGA GTX 480 SC
<b>OS:</b> Win7 Home Premium 64-bit / Vista Home Premium 64-bit
<b>Hard Disks:</b> 750GB + 500GB <b>Tower:</b> Antec 'Twelve Hundred' Gaming Tower
<b>Monitors:</b> 24" ACER GD245HQbd 120Hz 1920*1080 + 22" widescreen LCD 1680x1050
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With the testing you have done, short of trying in a different system, it does appear that the 480 may be bad. I have created a ticket for you to submit for an RMA. You can submit for an RMA by going to your members area of evga.com and go to View/Edit My Products. Click on Product Details for this product and click Submit RMA. Fill out the form and use the ticket #. Please be as specific as possible to the issues you are experiencing. The RMA Department has to review and approve the RMA. This usually takes 1 business day. You will receive an e-mail when it is approved with instructions as to where and how to ship the product. Being a US product you would have to pay shipping both ways for the RMA. Due to the card being purchased recently and in the interest of replacing the card as quickly as possible you can also see if you can get an exchange from the place of purchase.
The RMA department will need to see a copy of the invoice before they will approve an RMA. You can do this under View/Edit My Products in your EVGA Members account. It will ask for the invoice below the product listed. You can upload it in a JPG/PDF/XPS format as long as it is less than 2MB. Directions on how to upload an invoice is under the upload box as a red link saying Invoice upload instructions. I recommend using the PDF method due to it giving us the entire invoice.
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