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Artifacting or game corruption

bwskillz
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So I have been playing bf3 for awhile, even though bf4 is out, and I recently changed where I put the origin files (Boot drive -> Storage drive) and now I am getting what seems to be in my opinion that textures are not loading right. This does not happen on any other games and it does not always happen when I play bf3. Time doesn't seem to make a difference and my temps all look good while playing. I have a video of what it looks like: http://youtu.be/S4e6_p3ePXM.

Let me know what you guys think. It is a gtx 570 running with i5-2500k @4.6GHz and 8GB RAM. It will not bother me too much if it is the GPU since my new GTX 770SC comes tomorrow. :) But I might be selling it so I don't want to rip someone off.

 

Thanks,

bwskillz

 

EDIT: The other game that I have been playing the most is Bioshock infinite on high @ 1080p as well and in my opinion it seems more GPU intensive, but I have not had any graphical issues like bf3.

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i think your graphics card is going to die soon i had this before  you could try an clean install with new drivers  if that doesnt help  and use your 770 tomorrow use that one  and try again.

or try an other pci express slot if you have one but i dont think thats going to help but you can always try

 

biggest thing is that you  your graphix card is going to die  if you see purple green or other artifacts on the screen

 

if ur gpu is broken  throw it away  xD

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Do you have it overclocked at all? Either way, try to bump down the memory speed a little and see what that does. If that doesn't fix it, try the core clock, just to see.

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