Ragnarok wrote:There was an era of Nvidia GPUs that were made in a way that means they could fail at very low temperatures, or even just a relatively modest number of shallow thermal cycles (at a temperature right about the "moderate workload level" as well). When it became public, there was a big broohaha, Nvidia lost 31% on the stock market and had to start paying out all sorts of compensation.\
This to me is a design flaw. For me this is all the more reason to get a machine with a much better MTBF. Unless there is a permanent fix for a flaw, it is not worth fixing for a short time only to break again.