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Zotac releases full statement regarding CTD issues on Geforce RTX 3080 GPUs

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Zotac releases full statement regarding CTD issues on Geforce RTX 3080 GPUs

Zotac releases full statement regarding CTD issues on Geforce RTX 3080 GPUs

Following Gigabyte and MSI, Zotac has released a statement regarding the "crashing to desktop" issues which have faced RTX 3080 GPUs. Like all other major Nvidia partners, Zotac has urged its customers to install Nvidia's Geforce 456.55 drivers, as the company "believe it should improve stability."

Zotac has been clear that some users of their RTX 3080 Trinity graphics cards were affected by Nvidia's Crash To Desktop (CTD) issue, though he manufacturer has assured its customers that their "graphics cards have undergone stringent testing and quality controls in design and manufacturing to ensure safety and great performance."

Right now, it looks like most affected RTX 3080 users have reported that Nvidia's latest drivers have addressed their stability issues; and thus far we have found no evidence that these stability issues have persisted for affected users after upgrading to Nvidia's Geforce 456.55 driver. 

Below is Zotac's statement in full regarding its RTX 3080 series graphics cards. 
   

    Dear Valued Customers,
 
We have seen many reports from users of GeForce RTX 3080 (including the 3080 Trinity) graphics cards crashing during gaming. A new GeForce driver version 456.55 has been released and we urge all to re-install your graphics card drivers as we believe it should improve stability.
 
We would like to reassure our customers who either have a ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics card on hand or have placed an order in your local retailer or etailer to continue having confidence in us and our products. Our graphics cards have undergone stringent testing and quality controls in design and manufacturing to ensure safety and great performance. At ZOTAC, product quality and your satisfaction are always very important to us.
 
Please contact your local service center or our support team in case you need help or have further questions relating to our products. 
 
Thank you for your continued support!

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30-09-2020, 06:38:39

Warchild
Perhaps its worth putting all these in one article and updating where necessary. easier to see all the AIB reponses in one place for those who ordered a card or are looking towards one particular manufacturer.

So far these have responded on the issue
MSI
ASUS
Inno3D
Gigabyte
Zotac
Galax
EVGAQuote

30-09-2020, 07:04:36

WYP
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Perhaps its worth putting all these in one article and updating where necessary. easier to see all the AIB reponses in one place for those who ordered a card or are looking towards one particular manufacturer.

So far these have responded on the issue
MSI
ASUS
Inno3D
Gigabyte
Zotac
Galax
EVGA
TBH, after today I am not writing another one of these. If anyone else releases a full response, they did it too late IMHO.

If people don't understand that Nvidia's new drivers fix things at this point, they will never be convinced.Quote
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