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Weird little black squares (screen artifacting)


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#1 MW2TV

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 09:34 AM

Hello, I have got little black squares all over the screen.

 

The squares are not always there and can change to bigger squares depending on the obstacle it is on. https://imgur.com/D36EWPF

 

As you can see the squares are bigger on the ground and the van. Normally they are smaller like the picture below. https://imgur.com/a/U7d4g

 

I have never seen them on chrome or desktop etc. only whilst gaming!

 

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I have already tried to factory reset my pc (and installed drivers again), but the problem is still there. For some reason I did have access to the internet right away without installing any driver for this and I did have to do this when I booted the pc for the first time. Some of the drivers for the Motherboard (MSI H110m ECO) are unable to install, because some say that this platform isn't supported and another one says: https://imgur.com/a/wHlqm

 

Scans:

PC MARK

TIME SPY 1.0

Attached File  HWMonitor - MW2TV.txt   89.72KB   1 downloads

Attached File  DxDiag 2 - MW2TV.txt   81.6KB   0 downloads

Attached File  CPU-Z - MW2TV.txt   59.18KB   0 downloads

 

These scans are all taken before the factory reset...

The pictures below are the temperatures after a hour. These photo's are taken after the factory reset..

https://imgur.com/a/UaYKc


Edited by MW2TV, 06 April 2018 - 09:36 AM.


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#2 PhillPower2

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 10:07 AM

Hello MW2TV,

 

First thing that I would suggest you do is get a better quality and adequately powered PSU, your GPU requires a minimum of a 500W output PSU that can produce at least 33 amps on the +12V rail, GPU specs here

 

Corsair do advise that the CX and VS range of PSUs are only intended for office type desktops, Toms PSU tier list here puts it rather more bluntly;

 

Tier Four
 
Built down to a low price. Not exactly the most stable units ever created. Very basic safety circuitry or even thin gauge wiring used. Not for gaming rigs or overclocking systems of any kind. Avoid unless your budget dictates your choice.

 

 






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