So I was browsing around EVGA's forums, and I noticed that just last week they had released a new Firmware for their entire GTX 670 lineup, so I thought updating would be a good idea since the last one went over so smoothly. Bad idea... Terrible firmware update for me. Flashed my card using the instructions given by EVGA, everything went smoothly, rebooted, played around ~1hr of BF3, closed BF3, started reading some emails, opened a Youtube video then all of the sudden... Boom! monitor went black, sound froze so it must have been a hard lock/BSOD/etc (I didn't get a picture of the error because for some reason when using the DVI-D port of my GTX 670 FTW [My BenQ monitor runs at 144Hz] I get no signal from Windows BSODs, my motherboard's POST Screen, etc, but that's a different issue). Either way, I pressed the reset button, went into Windows, and right when I was searching for Event Viewer to see what went on, I got the same thing, screen went black, PC crashed again, etc, this went on for about 2 more reboots. I powered off the PC completely after that, 6 hours later (GF came by my house so I couldn't perform more tests right away), I booted my PC, Windows message showed up saying that Windows didn't close correctly blah blah, clicked Ok or something that made me restart the computer, and then boom, screen went black again, this time with a No Signal message from my Monitor. So right after that, I decided to try the iGPU from my 2500K to see if this was related to the GTX 670 or something else. Enabled the iGPU in the UEFI, switched the DVI-D cable to the onboard DVI output, rebooted, and then Windows booted up perfectly, It's been running for over ~1hr without an issue, resolution is crap but that's because I don't have any Intel HD drivers installed. So my question is: How do I fix this? will I have to downgrade to the previous Firmware? (I've never done this before so I would need all the help as possible), RMA the card? what are my options here? Thanks in advanced fellas.