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pc crashes and draws lines of pixels from the corner of open applications

hey guys, my computer crashes all the time and i have no clue what is going on i set everything back to normal so i am not running any over clocks or anything like that

 

i am running a gtx 1070ti from msi 

ryzen 7 2700 in a msi x470 gaming plus with an aio from cooler master 

and a 650 watt power supply from corsair 

thanks for the help!!!

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If you have a friend who can loan you a graphics card, try it and see if you still crash.  If this solves your problem, you will have to get a new GPU.  Any recent driver updates?

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Couple  of things: 

 

1)   Run 3d mark to see what happens. to see if it crashes. If it does, it could be your gpu. 

 

2)  Download prime95 and run it.. this stress test your cpu. and if it does not crash, might rule that the PSU might be good and GPU is the cuplrit.. 

 

You have a friend you can borrow a diff PSU and try it?

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15 minutes ago, Gremlin_FLG said:

Couple  of things: 

 

1)   Run 3d mark to see what happens. to see if it crashes. If it does, it could be your gpu. 

 

2)  Download prime95 and run it.. this stress test your cpu. and if it does not crash, might rule that the PSU might be good and GPU is the cuplrit.. 

 

You have a friend you can borrow a diff PSU and try it?

Thank you I will try those things. I do have someone with a 1000w psu which has never had any problems i will give it a try!

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It does sound like a hardware related issue. 

Probably a bad gpu. But it could also be solved by software. I would try everything from driver ddu to reinstalling windows before buying a new gpu for hundreds of dollars ^^ 

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