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Nvidia GTX 750 TI blue horizontal lines in the screen , HELP!!!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey ,

so , i bought a nvidia gtx 750 ti 2gb from asus  on ebay and when it arrived i switched from the nvidia gt710 to gtx 750 ti , and when the windows booted my monitor started to pop blue horizontal lines ,i tried removing the old drivers and install new ones and nothing , when i switch to the old graphics card (gt710) everything goes back to normal ... What can i do to fix the graphics card?

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It looks like dead VRAM, you can't fix that I'm afraid. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

It looks like dead VRAM, you can't fix that I'm afraid. 

Feelsbadman :( , Thanks anyways .

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Just now, magalhaes521 said:

Feelsbadman :( , Thanks anyways .

You should probably try and get your money back. 


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The time Linus replied to me on one of my threads: 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

You should probably try and get your money back. 

Yep i already have it , but i got really disapointed... Like why would u sent a card without testing it first...

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17 minutes ago, magalhaes521 said:

Yep i already have it , but i got really disapointed... Like why would u sent a card without testing it first...

Because its ebay and you find a lot of items which can be sold as "for parts" because they are broken. Many try to sell broken parts on sites with less quality checks like ebay, craigslist and facebook marketplace etc. Luckily, ebay has buyer protection unlike the other 2. Always be prepared when buying used old hardware that it may encounter issues.

 

Just grant yourself lucky that the issue presented itself right away as in some cases an item may "function" fine without you noticing something is wrong, and then when it eventually shows that there is a problem, you may be outside of the returns window


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