New system I just put together as follows. Asus M4A89TD Pro/USB3 AMD Phenom II x4 970 BE Corsair Dominator 8gb(4x2) DDR3 1333 C7 Gigabytle Radeon HD 6950 2gb Corsair AX750 PSU Win 7 pro x64 System runs rock stable all day long and I've stress tested with Prime95 & Furmark extensively without issue. I work from this setup in an OpenGL 3D cad rendering program all day so it's pretty taxing...again without issue. Problem comes in when I power down at night...cold boot in the morning and BSOD 016 at atikmpag.sys. I reboot and away we go for the entire day. Strangest thing I've ever seen. I had downloaded the 10.11 CC driver set in preperation for the systems arrival then on the 26th of Jan. they uploaded a new let...11.1. I did a complete uninstall and then even used driver sweaper to rid the system of any left over ATI drivers, reg entries. Clean install of 11.1 and no cure or change. Seems this car suffers some form of initialization issue on cold start up. But for a reboot to cure it I have no idea why that would get around what's going on. I spoke with AMD tech support twice now over this issue and they gave me the typical tests I need to do to verify the card...test another card in this system. Test the card in another system. Seems driver or bios related issue to me dealing with initialization. What stinks about performing tests on this I get 1 to maybe 2 shots a day because even right now I could restart the system and boots no prob. Yesterday I powered down but pull cord from PSU so no draw at all. Let it sit 3 hrs and the BSOD happened...tried 1 hour and it was fine...that's messed up. Capacitors or something holding a change pretty darn well. Guess I could get more than 2 tests a day but what a pain playing waiting game. OK so anyone got an idea. I got 16 days remaining to RMA the card but I'm not convinced I have a hardware issue at all. If I RMA'd the card I wouldn't go with another ATI/AMD because I'd could very well be right back here with this possible driver and BSOD...in other words I'd be switching to Nvidia in hopes the drivers are stable.