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Game keeps crashing and monitor sometimes flickers in a gray screen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, today i've been having issues with my pc,everytime i try to enter start a game it either crashes or it completely freezes and the monitors flickers like hell (similar to the grey screen of death just more extreme flickering),ive tried looking at my temps and usage,they are all normal (msi afterburner) when the screen flickers i cant even turn off my pc using the power button,i have to unplug the power cable to do so,ive also tried updating drivers,cleaning out the dust from my pc and checking the cables,but it still doesnt work.suggestions/help would be much appreciated

 

Oh and here are my specs 

I3 9100f

Rx 570 4gb

8gb ram single stick

550w Seasonic Bronze PSW

1TB Hd

120gb SSD

A beefy gammaxx gt cooler

Asrock H310 MB

3 intake + 1 exhaust

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if it only happens when running a game

reinstall gpu drivers

check ram stick with Memtest86

unstable psu

gpu possible going bad (but doubt it)

 

top i can think of

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18 minutes ago, NothingsPro said:

Update:now it doesnt only affect games it also white screens / flickers when using chrome/visiting any website RIP

id say then your down to these last 2

unstable psu

gpu possible going bad

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Update: i check and yeah apparently its my graphics card artifacting, idk how i just got it brand new 8 months ago,thankfully the warranty is still active and im gonna get a new one in 1-2 weeks,also any tips on how to avoid having artifacts on your gpu? thanks

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1 hour ago, NothingsPro said:

Update: i check and yeah apparently its my graphics card artifacting, idk how i just got it brand new 8 months ago,thankfully the warranty is still active and im gonna get a new one in 1-2 weeks,also any tips on how to avoid having artifacts on your gpu? thanks

keep it blowed out is really all you can do. if a card goes bad it goes bad

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