Graphic artifacts on desktop

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  1. Posts : 703
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #11

    Furmark is good for testing the gpu while monitoring temps. Turn off IMMEDIATELY if things start getting way too hot. Don't want it 'popping'
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  2. Posts : 44
    Windows 10 Pro
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       #12

    WhyMe said:
    Furmark is good for testing the gpu while monitoring temps. Turn off IMMEDIATELY if things start getting way too hot. Don't want it 'popping'
    Will do and return with feedback, thank you the help!
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  3. Posts : 703
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #13

    rBose said:
    Will do and return with feedback, thank you the help!
    I added a bit on to my earlier post as I was wondering if you had dusted the inside of your pc recently. Lots of dust, especially around the hotter components and case exhausts can cause mega problems. A can of compressed air can work wonders.
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  4. Posts : 44
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #14

    WhyMe said:
    I added a bit on to my earlier post as I was wondering if you had dusted the inside of your pc recently. Lots of dust, especially around the hotter components and case exhausts can cause mega problems. A can of compressed air can work wonders.
    Tried a couple of things today, took it out, cleaned it properly ( it didnt have too much dust ) plugged it in a different slot and wished myself good luck.

    I was running on intel hd 3000, as soon as I clicked on ENABLE on the gtx560, the screen quickly flashed and every froze.

    >Restart

    After restart I wanted to open chrome, as soon as chrome opened, a ton of visual artifacts, mostly black squares filled the screen for less than a second and everything froze again...

    I guess theres no doubt that the GPU is indeed broken

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