Question Major under-performance from GPU ?

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Karadjgne

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RMA = Return Merchandise Authorization.

You'll generally get 2 warrantys on your purchase. First is Vendor warranty, it's the amount of time the Seller says you can return the item for repair/replacement/refund. Then there's Manufacture warranty.

First contact Vendor If it's still under that time period, if no joy then contact the Manufacturer.

In either case you'll need an RMA number which is given when the Vendor/Manufacturer agrees you need to send them the item.
 

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1060 is an old card, I think they even stopped selling them new over a year ago. I doubt it is under any kind of warranty, but if it is, you need to return it.

If it's stuck at 139Mhz core it's not working correctly. It's supposed to boost up to much higher clocks based on demand. This is controlled by the firmware on the card itself.

It should be possible to flash the firmware on the card, which might fix your issue:

 
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1060 is an old card, I think they even stopped selling them new over a year ago. I doubt it is under any kind of warranty, but if it is, you need to return it.

If it's stuck at 139Mhz core it's not working correctly. It's supposed to boost up to much higher clocks based on demand. This is controlled by the firmware on the card itself.

It should be possible to flash the firmware on the card, which might fix your issue:

it has 2 years left on the warranty and if thats not the case im gonna refund it cause they said it has 2 years left on warranty
so ill try that if it persists
 

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