Re: EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X SC Gaming Card Suddenly Smoking
It does seem like a lot, but of the tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands? maybe millions?, of these cards sold, I don't think it is a high percentage that fail. I would think 5%-7% fail after a few years is normal.
When I look at new products, I expect to see 10% of the people say they do not like it, it failed soon or was DOA.
If 80% really like it, 10% say its OK and 10% has issues, it seems par for the course and I'll buy it. When 25% give 1 star I stay away.
We see a lot of these my card died, smoked, does not work right because we are at EVGA site and most people do not come her to post my card is working great.
I have 2 GTX 980Ti and I gave my granddaughter my GTX970 they are still working good, the TitanX I sold to someone is still working good. Who really knows.
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