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  1. yes, i build a complete new pc a while ago. used a 1070. same issues
  2. We dont know what causes these issues, thats the problem. I got that problem since summer 2015 now. It has to be location depending, because as I said I still got it with a complete new PC but my friends dont have any problems.. tried nearly anything. (Hardware changes, PSU (because of electricity), different windows versions etc. But what exactly causes this shit, well thats the 1 million dollar question..
  3. Atleast thats what happened to me and many others.
  4. The question is what can we do to find the source
  5. Are you 100% sure because you tested it at your friends house or are there other things that proofs you in that? No offense just a question ^^ Because as I wrote: "You put his card in and it worked fine for a few minutes, my new pc also worked nearly fine for the first time I connected it. Then it got worst. It is other electricity at your friends house I agree with you, but the mainboard is still the same which could got harmed at your home, so I dont think we can preclude electricity because of that test. I wont say that it has to be electricity, but i wouldnt preclude it either. Only fact in my opinion is still that it has to be a local thing. Electricity or something like wifi, bluetooth etc. are the only things i could imagine, if its no virus. My neighbour, whos room is maybe 10 meters away from mine, dont got any problems, wouldnt he be affected from wifi noises for example too?" I know that the electricity or voltage get filtered by the psu etc. but when the mainboardpart is so easy to damage maybe it cant be filtered everything out? Im no expert in these things but as this problem is really weird I wanna check any possible options At your friends house, theres also other Wi-Fi etc. and your friend doesnt got prolems, so the only option is, that the PC had the mistake before. If we preclude electricity because of that, we would have to preclude the whole location thing, do we?
  6. atm windows 10, started with windows 8.1, I also tested 7
  7. But when its on a software level, why would it affect a complete new pc? I didnt even connect my normal mouse, headset, keyboard etc there was nothing in common which could affect the software.
  8. CS:Go is one of the only games which is playable for me, when I got 4xMSAA on. Still a bit blurry but playable. Really fucked up it is in Games like DayZ, Arma, Rust etc. Cant see further than 100 meters without scope to tell if their is a player for example. Grass, trees and even the ground is flickering and blurry.. You put his card in and it worked fine for a few minutes, my new pc also worked nearly fine for the first time I connected it. Then it got worst. It is other electricity at your friends house I agree with you, but the mainboard is still the same which got harmed at your home, so I dont think we can preclude electricity because of that test. I wont say that it has to be electricity, but i wouldnt preclude it either. Only fact in my opinion is still that it has to be a local thing. Electricity or something like wifi, bluetooth etc. are the only things i could imagine, if its no virus. My neighbour, whos room is maybe 10 meters away from mine, dont got any problems, wouldnt he be affected from wifi noises for example too?
  9. Well I think that something harmes the Hardware. At PC it could be the mainboard, maybe at your tv its an other part dunno.. So if you watch TV everyhing is flickering? Because at our TV I dont see much aliasing, only the normal parts although I got the problem with my PC
  10. Do you play your games with your onboard gpu now?
  11. Hmm. So we are at this point where its most likely this part of the mainboard which get damaged. But its fact that it get damaged again and again, I used 4 different mainboards in the last 1 1/2 years. Something that i got only at my place has to damage them. When its not electricity and not a software virus.. what can it be? As I said, I got new internet and a new router too, so I dont think its about Wi-Fi noises. Only thing in that topic what i have to look for, my father bought something like a cloud a while ago, but I dont know when exactly.. Maybe that thing sends the "Wi-Fi noises" which could damage something.. Gonna look for it
  12. When you fixed it at your friends house, was is with a new pc? Or did you get it to run at your place first? Because if you didnt, the question is why you got the problem, but your friend not. Do you think its kind of a virus?
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