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Problem with artifacts on screen


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#1 Szejd

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Posted 24 June 2015 - 05:05 AM

Hello, i got really big problem. I bought PC a year ago and everything (after changing power options in control panel, because got problems with "display driver stopped repsonding and has succesfuly recover") were working fine. Two weeks ago, i did a windows reinstall to keep my pc clean and then that circus begun. At first i only got freezes with standard "display driver stopped working..." but this time, changing power option didnt work. I checked many threads, searching for solutions but nothing solve my problem. Since last weekend, problems went even bigger because artifacts starts showing, even at windows "welcome" page and i have to reboot my pc.

There are list of things i did since now and which not works:

 

-changing gpu drivers - downgrading,upgrading, clean install etc etc

-next clean install of windows (oddly this works for a day or two, but after that i got problems again)

-All temperatures (cpu and gpu) are fine

-checked if everything is correctly put in slots in motherboard

-ran memtest, and after 2,5 hours got 8 passes, errors so i stopped

-checked monitor on another computer

 

 

What i didnt do  checked a gpu on another computer because my roommate got laptop so i dont have where to do it. And changing power limit to +50%, because now i cannot even get to windows properly and in safe mode i cannot launch CCC. Oh, and i didnt overclocking anything at all.

 

 

My computer:

windows 7 proffesional

Seagate 1 TB

processor Intel Core i5-4570 3,2ghz

motherboard msi B85-g43

gpu msi R9 270x gaming 2gb

ram hyperx 4gb

power supply silentiumpc deus M1 550W

 

 

Any help is welcome, yours faithfuly Szejd

 



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#2 YeahBleeping

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Posted 24 June 2015 - 11:55 AM

I would get a better power supply and try again ... from this review of your psu.






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