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I need help please :( Rx 570 issues possibly.

Hello awesome community! I come here asking for help which I hope I can get, i understand it is difficult to pinpoint what could be the specific thing thats causing a certain problem in a hardware/software situation but if i dont ask my questions and inquiries then i will have no way to find out whats going on my end so im trying to find solutions as a consumer for my products which i shouldnt even be needing to do so incase it is the gpu at hand or something else but thats how things are and sometimes theres just a defect in something hardware or software related. (Rant over, sorry)

going back on topic, i recently obtained this rx 570 gigabyte 4gb gaming card, and ive noticed that when it gets on heavy load the gpu behaves in a specific aspect, like flickering objects/enviroment/shadows around the screen, ive used DDU serveral times to try different drivers, from the new recent driver, to the non so recent, im getting a little suffocated already with this i should be able to jump in and game with no problems or overthinking about what could be wrong, but its not the case, im actually already upset because i dont know whats the problem! 

in battlefront 2 is showing flickering objects/shadows/artifacts/ idk what to call it!
example 1:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCpoylAIH-E specific times in which this occurs: second 37,52, 1:10, 1:22,1:32,till the end of the video.
example 2:
now i tested evil within 1 on high and i noticed flickering in certain zones.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIixlSks8c0 times: second 10, 16, 28, 34.



i also ran OCCT for the gpu test, i have no idea if i did it right but here it is either way..: https://imgur.com/a/8ZmREMd

and today i did OCCT test on the psu with fear of getting it destroyed too but did it either way! again idk if i set the configuration right but here it is:https://imgur.com/a/g2cKC1A


and with that, thats all i can say if you tell me that i need to run other test, do x thing, DDU again try another driver i will do it without a problem, i just wanna know whats going on...this is frustrating.

thanks lovely people I hope we can find a solution for this if possible.

 

Newegg warranty is over so if needed gigabyte RMA gonna have to do if we come to that last resource (which is gonna be a problem  for me since i got  this card overseas) assuming is not something else.

my system:

radeon rx 570 gigabayte gaming 4gb

Radeon Software Version

18.9.3

asus bm85-e/csm motherboard

cpu i5 4590 3.3ghz

4x2 ddr3 1600 dual channel gskill ram

win 10 pro build 1709

psu evga 500watts 80 white plus.

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Looks to be memory artifacting.  Try underclocking your VRAM by 100 or so.  If that doesn't work, go lower, up to -500.  If that fixes the problem, it's time for an RMA

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VRAM overclocked?

 

4 minutes ago, squallypo said:

psu evga 500watts 80 white plus.

garbage PSU detected

CPU: i7-2600K 4751MHz 1.44V (software) --> 1.47V at the back of the socket Motherboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme4 (BCLK: 103.3MHz) CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 RAM: Adata XPG 2x8GB DDR3 (XMP: 2133MHz 10-11-11-30 CR2, custom: 2203MHz 10-11-10-26 CR1 tRFC:230 tREFI:14000) GPU: Asus GTX 1070 Dual (Super Jetstream vbios, +70(2025-2088MHz)/+400(8.8Gbps)) SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (main boot drive), Transcend SSD370 128GB PSU: Seasonic X-660 80+ Gold Case: Antec P110 Silent, 5 intakes 1 exhaust Monitor: AOC G2460PF 1080p 144Hz (150Hz max w/ DP, 121Hz max w/ HDMI) TN panel Keyboard: Logitech G610 Orion (Cherry MX Blue) with SteelSeries Apex M260 keycaps Mouse: BenQ Zowie FK1

 

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2 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

VRAM overclocked?

 

garbage PSU detected

Kizuna AI is correct on this one.

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1 minute ago, zombienerd said:

Looks to be memory artifacting.  Try underclocking your VRAM by 100 or so.  If that doesn't work, go lower, up to -500.  If that fixes the problem, it's time for an RMA

Thanks for your reply , how do I do that ? Man if this is the problem I'm gonna be so mad.. new gpu and already loving it.

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Just now, squallypo said:

Thanks for your reply , how do I do that ? Man if this is the problem I'm gonna be so mad.. new gpu and already loving it.

Download MSI afterburner (doesn't matter what brand your card is).   Look for the memory slider, move it 100 points to the left, click apply.  Rinse, repeat.

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Case: Lian Li Lancool Mesh RGB

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 

Cooler: CoolerMaster MasterLiquid 240

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GPU: Asus Arez Strix Vega 64 OC

PS: Seasonic FOCUS Gold Plus Series SSR-750FX

SSD1: Crucial P1 1TB NVME

SSD2: Adata SU800 512gb M.2 Sata

HDD: Hitatchi 2tb 7200RPM + 3x 2TB WD Passport USB 3.0

Monitors: AOC C24G1

Keyboard: Cheap Blue Knockoff Mechanical

Mouse: Uhuru Gaming Mouse
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2 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

VRAM overclocked?

 

garbage PSU detected

I haven't touched vram though or anything , unless gigabyte did it when it came from default.

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3 minutes ago, zombienerd said:

Download MSI afterburner (doesn't matter what brand your card is).   Look for the memory slider, move it 100 points to the left, click apply.  Rinse, repeat.

I will test this and Let you know , do you think it could be a defective gpu? Or perhaps the psu is garbage as the other person said? I'm even going threw the hassle of doing a clean win 10 installation as we speak, in case it was win 10 being windows 10.

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If the PSU was the issue, I'd expect other behavior, such as outright crashing.  Your PSU is not a "high end" model, but 500W should be more than enough for your setup, and if it were the issue, I'd think you'd be having more problems then a little texture artifacting.

 

I'm putting my money on having a wonky GDDR5 module on the board.  If underclocking the RAM does the trick, you'll know for sure.

Main Rig:

Case: Lian Li Lancool Mesh RGB

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 

Cooler: CoolerMaster MasterLiquid 240

MB: MSI B550 Gaming Pro Carbon 

Ram: Gskill DDR4 3600 x 32GB 

GPU: Asus Arez Strix Vega 64 OC

PS: Seasonic FOCUS Gold Plus Series SSR-750FX

SSD1: Crucial P1 1TB NVME

SSD2: Adata SU800 512gb M.2 Sata

HDD: Hitatchi 2tb 7200RPM + 3x 2TB WD Passport USB 3.0

Monitors: AOC C24G1

Keyboard: Cheap Blue Knockoff Mechanical

Mouse: Uhuru Gaming Mouse
OS: Pop! 21.04



Current Vintage Equipment:  Please ask me about it, I love to talk old tech!
IBM Thinkpad 390, IBM Aptiva A12, IBM PS/2 Model 25-004.  Compaq Contura 4/25C, Presario 7596
Asus P5A-B Socket 7 Box, Tandy 1000RLX-HD "B" & 1200-2FD, VIC20, Zenith ZFL-181-93, Packard Bell 300SX.

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11 minutes ago, zombienerd said:

If the PSU was the issue, I'd expect other behavior, such as outright crashing.  Your PSU is not a "high end" model, but 500W should be more than enough for your setup, and if it were the issue, I'd think you'd be having more problems then a little texture artifacting.

 

I'm putting my money on having a wonky GDDR5 module on the board.  If underclocking the RAM does the trick, you'll know for sure.

Ive had a PSU be wonky but still work everyday with artifacting when gaming (reducing power limit/clocks solved it a bit)

i5, 8GB Ram, Evga GTX980,.. wasn't getting enough power (Even if PSU is Branded, & working relatively well,...Problems can still exist)

In Testing my idiot friend upped the power limit from default and the whole PC turned off, the GPU power plug looked like lightning went through it...

The PSU SMELLED BAD.

 

Moved to another PSU, all working fine. #GTX980 still rocking strong.

 

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10 minutes ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

Ive had a PSU be wonky but still work everyday with artifacting when gaming (reducing power limit/clocks solved it a bit)

i5, 8GB Ram, Evga GTX980,.. wasn't getting enough power (Even if PSU is Branded, & working relatively well,...Problems can still exist)

In Testing my idiot friend upped the power limit from default and the whole PC turned off, the GPU power plug looked like lightning went through it...

The PSU SMELLED BAD.

 

Moved to another PSU, all working fine. #GTX980 still rocking strong.

 

Funny thing is that I did what your friend tried a few days ago but my PC didn't crash so idk , I do gotta say when I installed the card and then turned it on and after sometime  I did sense some kind of weird smell but I saw no smoke no lights in my case that could say something burned up right away, also checked the psu pcie cable and they seem fine. Could it be that thr smell I sensed was the gpu ? I thought that smell was because it was brand new so idk maybe I'm just overthinking.

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