Alright guys, I've been out of the forums for the last 2-3 weeks due to Guild Wars (the game is awesome) but can't play this weekend due to video card death (at least, this is what I believe). It seemed like everything was going fine till I started Guild Wars, and then I saw major memory artifacting (please note that I ran my x800 XT @ 550 Mhz Core / 550 Mhz Memory 24/7 and that stock is 500 Mhz Core / 500 Mhz Memory). I thought clocking my card back down to stock speeds would be ok and then restarted the computer, but then Guild Wars or any other 3D game would not run. After trying to reset my CMOS and checking the power supply, my video card now displays artifacts in bios screen and startup, and when the Windows screen first appears the computer then reboots or just doesn't respond. I've tried reverting back to my original bios settings but nothing seems to work, and not like I expected it to, as I know my card is toast. So I'm guessing the 10% overclock running 24/7 for the last 7 months did it, although my stock VGA Silencer was running at 100% whenever the computer was on, and temps weren't an issue. Thankfully I have an ASUS x850 XT PE on the way from Newegg overnighted that will arrive Monday, and I won't be overclocking it as the stock clocks are better (at least with memory) then what I was running my x800 XT at overclocked.