I have a problem with my Asus GTX570. This happens every few minutes in DE;HR. It used to do it in a few other games, but it settled down. Recently, it's back with a vengeance. I'll play for a little while, then this will occur. 50% of the time it will dump me back into windows, the rest of the time I have to do a hard reset. I've tried the latest WHQL drivers, and the betas, both make no difference. As per my upgrade cycle, my entire rig has been swapped out and the problem is persistent. Today, I bought a Corsair TX750M psu, 8Gb of LP Vengence ram and a Dark Rock Pro. Last month, I got my Gene-Z and 2500k. The only things that has carried over from my previous rig (AMD 1055t @ 4.0Ghz, Crosshair 4 formula, 4gb patriot, Akasa 1000W Power Max.) are my case; HAF 922, and my drives. It's really annoying as this card has been back to Scan once already, and predictably, no fault was found. This is a fairly clear indication that the card is on it's way out isn't it? Or am I just missing something obvious here? Can anyone shed some light on this for me? **Update** Okay, so sent it back and they found a fault so they will be issuing a replacement. Great. I went up today to the Scan shop as the replacement has been out of stock, on their site, for awhile now, with replacements past their ETA. Which is fair enough. I thought it would be a matter of going over, getting a credit note and adding some cash to get a different card. Something like the EVGA Classified. So I got down, and the guy at the desk was very amicable at first, but when I explained what I wanted to do he said that wasn't possible, they could give me £269; the current value in a straight swap. I.e. i couldn't pay any extra for a different card. (Contrary to what they did in this instance.) Meanwhile, I'm holding an invoice that shows £280; the price I paid. I asked about a refund then at that point, which he again offered the current selling value. Before I could finish my sentence declining their offer and explaining that the card was faulty, still under warranty and thus should entitle me to a full refund, the guy was on the phone to a manager. Without even bothering to hear me out. The manager didn't bother to come down, just told the guy on the desk that the shipment of 570's were due in a couple days, I should just take a replacement. They did offer to ship it out to me, at no cost, as soon as they arrived. The guy at the desk then went about convincing me that the Direct CU2 is the best 570 going and I should just wait. I know it is, that's why I bought one in the first place... So I took their offer and once again left the building empty handed. I've lost patience with Scan now and once this is concluded, I will not be partaking in any further business with them in the future, nor can I in all honesty recommend Scan to anyone after the way this whole situation has been dealt with. I have been more than patient with them at every step of the way. In return for my patience, it feels like I'm constantly being jerked around by them. From the initial incorrect RMA diagnosis, to being offered less than what I paid in way of refund, to being told to wait, this whole process just feels like a bad joke at my expense. God help them if the one they send me is faulty.