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  1. Oh yeah, and for reference, this is what it does to YT videos for about a second everytime I fullscreen or scroll down and back up in fullscreen:
  2. Dang... I just got this GPU about quite literally one year ago
  3. Anything other than MemTest86? I don't want to format my whole pen drive.
  4. The GPU glitches also started for no reason overnight.
  5. I need your guys' thoughts on this. So I'm playing GTA story mode right, so I play for a long time. GTA is a demanding game, graphically, and I started getting BSOD's related to memory. I initially thought my RAM was breaking down, but I think it's my GPU, actually... First BSOD was MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, the second one was ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY. Now, why do I think it's the GPU? 1. When playing videos on YT, I started to one day just get seemingly randomly timed graphical glitches, where one half of the screen went green, and the other pink and stuff,
  6. Hi, I'm looking to upgrade to something better from my Sapphire RX470. I want it to be AMD (for price reasons), please pick something cheaper, but meaningfully more powerful. I have a 550W Evolveo Eco 550 PSU I believe, and a MSI Z97 PC Mate motherboard. Thank you!
  7. I have spent months at this, and an hour ago I by some miracle managed to open advanced settings in the InsydeH20 Rv 3.7 BIOS. However, I havent succeeded at that again. Please help me, I am using a Lenovo B50-70.
  8. Well, unfortunately I cannot tell you the specs exactly right now. I'll try from the top of my head, but I believe there is a 3 GHz Pentium 4 CPU, and a Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT Graphics Card. And there also exists FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage Which is FO2 but it has remastered visuals, more opponents and it's just kind of 'better', I guess
  9. Yeah, you gotta download the video. Yes, I just tried TrackMania Sunrise, and it has done it as well, however only on high graphics details. FO2 is only at native res, otherwise normal I believe.
  10. I found this to be the most relevant sub-forum to post this. If it isn't, please correct me. I have a at least a decade old computer. It runs a Pentium 4 and some Nvidia GeForce GT GPU, with Windows XP. When I try to run FlatOut 2, a basic game, for 10 seconds of 3D gameplay, the PC completely blacks out. Like, dead. No video, no audio, no nothing. It only recovers after a hard reset by turning off and on the PSU. The temps are okay, GPU being at average on 50-56 and CPU 50-65. I have tried to unplug the floppy drive, optical drive and case fan but it didn't help. Could the PSU be
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