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So I turned my pc on and this happened. Please see the image. Im running stock settings and no overclocks. The card is well cooled. Maximum temp is 70c. Its an sapphire rx 590 nitro. What could it be?

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1 minute ago, DESTROYER 123503 said:

So I turned my pc on and this happened. Please see the image. Im running stock settings and no overclocks. The card is well cooled. Maximum temp is 70c. Its an sapphire rx 590 nitro. What could it be?

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to be honest this is so weird and may be your monitor but otherwise WTH

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looks like mem artifacting, if you have another card to test it with i would.

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Check your display connections to see if that is the issue. Reconnect the cables if necessary. If not, DDU drivers and reinstall drivers. If not again, most likely there is an memory issue with your graphics card. 

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11 minutes ago, Letgomyleghoe said:

looks like mem artifacting, if you have another card to test it with i would.

It indeed looks like memory related artifacts (could be the memory controller on the GPU as well)

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