[Update 12:47 PM PDT:] Amazon’s New World officially addressed the reports in a New World forum post today, saying that it believes the problem is caused by driver and frame rate limitations. The team has detailed steps for users who are worried about this happening to their GPU to take to effectively ensure that this doesn’t affect your GPU either.
You can check Full updates and steps to take are here.
New World’s closed beta went live yesterday, see nearly 200 thousand players dropped on Aeternum at onset. However, for some in the MMO player base, things are not rosy, as reports have trickled through Reddit that RTX 3090 owners, specifically EVGA 3090 users, have seen MMO brick their GPU.
NS New world the beta saw players resolve issues with their RTX 3090, as users reported that the MMO had brick their cards, forcing many to have initial RMAs and refunds due to the high temperatures experienced while playing the MMO. That’s worrisome, not only because the GPUs are extremely expensive, but that it doesn’t seem to work that way under any real heavy load, as some users have reported that it happens even in lobby monitor, as reported by WindowsCentral.
While Nvidia and Amazon has yet to publicly comment on the matter, EVGA has issued a statement to Windows Central, saying that they are working on “specific issues” and that they have not actually confirmed a widespread issue. affect their GPU.
Via Windows Central:
“An EVGA representative made the following comment:” At the time we are working on specific issues, if it is a confirmed issue, we will notify and notify you in EVGA Forum on our website. “The linked forums contain instances of users discussing New World EVGA RTX 3090 issues.”
While it’s common to have redundancies set in the GPU’s built-in BIOS, it’s an odd case that there could be something here that 3090 owners need to be aware of. It should be noted that not every case is an RTX 3090, but it is the higher GPU configuration that reports the problem.
New World of The beta is shipping by road, with players jumping into the long-awaited MMO from Amazon ahead of the August 31 release date. Beta testing is currently running through August 2, bringing plenty of time for players to enjoy the MMO and help fix the final issues before the full launch later this summer.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/update-new-world-beta-reportedly-bricking-rtx-3090-graphics-cards-2000122594 | UPDATE: New World Beta Reportedly Bricking RTX 3090 Graphics Cards