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My GPU has been doing strange things.

Maxisthemoose
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I have attached a picture of what my GPU does whenever I apply anything in MSI afterburner.

 

It only will show for like 1 millisecond or so, but it is noticeable and annoying. It doesn't really look like artifacting but it may be. I have a Gigabyte GTX 1070 

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hm, it kind of looks like artifacting but also like the output or signal cable not being able to cope with a refresh rate increase, are you overclocking your monitor?

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34 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

hm, it kind of looks like artifacting but also like the output or signal cable not being able to cope with a refresh rate increase, are you overclocking your monitor?

Nope, monitor is 144Hz and I am using the displayport cable that came with it. I tried down clocking it from 144 to 120 and that fixed it. But why would it need to be down clocked? 

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19 hours ago, Maxisthemoose said:

Nope, monitor is 144Hz and I am using the displayport cable that came with it. I tried down clocking it from 144 to 120 and that fixed it. But why would it need to be down clocked? 

Fascinating, my spidey senses weren't wrong xD

 

it's either a problem with the cable or with the output, before doing anything reinstall the drivers using device manager (right click on the card, uninstall device and delete drivers, also delete nvidia control panel and other stuff if you have installed it)

 

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