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graphic card broken?!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hello guys im new in this "area" but can someone tell me if this is graphic problem or other problem with other "parts" of computer? 

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Looks like graphics card. What model is it?
You could try reinstalling the display drivers, but it looks as if it's kaput.

 

Edit: Just realised the second screenshot was the BIOS screen. Yeah, that card is doneskis.

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Looks like your GPU needs to be put down now. Tons of artifacts damn. Well I'd try reseating it but pretty much it's RIP. 


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How hot is your graphics card getting? I had a card a few years ago that would work fine, then start artifacting like that when it got hot during games. Check your video cables to ensure everything is plugged in correctly, maybe try different cables. If it's running at normal temps and you've checked everything above, it's more than likely going bad.

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Have you flashed the card with a new bios at any time? Try using another HDMI port/cable or whatever port/cable you are using


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4 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

Have you flashed the card with a new bios at any time? Try using another HDMI port/cable or whatever port/cable you are using

+1 on trying different ports and HDMI cables before assuming the card is bad.

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8 minutes ago, steelo said:

+1 on trying different ports and HDMI cables before assuming the card is bad.

Maybe try another monitor / or a TV would work for testing.


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12 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

Maybe try another monitor / or a TV would work for testing.

Right. I'm pretty cheap so I exhaust all other options before spending money to replace parts. LOL

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6 minutes ago, peewee said:

onboard gpu works good.. so i think its the my gpu broken. thanks for all the hints

Try a different port on your graphics card.

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I had same problems with my GTX 680 Windforce from Gigabyte and I baked it and it freaking worked. I sold it after a few months and then upgraded. It was an oven designed for that but people got it working even with normal ones. But dont make any food in the oven afterwards

 

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