To elaborate on my previous post.
I was missing some important information when I posted, namely, how the monitor was being connected.
I still believe the cabling may be an issue because...
1. Red lines are a known issue with DVI-D and refresh rate compatability
2. The graphics card mentioned has a Dual Link DVI-I output
3. The monitor has a Single Link DVI-D input
4. "When the adapter was uninstalled the lines went away but returned after reinstalled." which affects the output to the Dual Link DVI-I port.
It is backwards compatible but it sounds like it may be trying to use a dual link capable refresh rate that the monitor may not be supporting.
A Dual Link DVI-I cable and an adapter that fits on the end of it that allows it to be connected to the D-Sub port on the monitor would probably fix it.
Of course, I may be wrong but I don't believe having another monitor working makes a difference because the other monitor probably had a different input than the problematic one even though it may look similar. The main point being that it is often possible to find another cable on another device or from a friend and test this for free before ditching the monitor. Also, that graphics card is often sold with a D-Sub adapter.