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Brief artifacts on RX 580

bgregz
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I picked up a Sapphire Nitro RX 580 for Black Friday, and just about a week later I noticed that there are artifacts. They appear extremely briefly (a fraction of a second) in the upper half of my 144 Hz display, and only once every few hours really. Other than that I'm getting performance as expected, with moderate temps, never in the dangerously high region. Should I be concerned?

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Is it all games or just one? Might be a software issue instead of hardware.

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It has occurred both on CS:GO and while watching YouTube videos. Perhaps some NVIDIA drivers could be lingering around? Just deleted all remaining NVIDIA files, we'll see if that helps at all.

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