sambawarkiddo wrote:everything seems normal.
Have you checked for any updates for your GPU drivers?
Otherwise, try reinstalling. Never seen this before.
goinundercover wrote:If it isn't fixed, here's what I'd recommend:
Complete driver wipe using DDU: http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/dis ... nload.html
Boot into safe mode, run program, uninstall all video drivers.
Download the latest Crimson or GeForce driver, depending if you have AyyMD or Nvidiot and do a clean install.
Cross your fingers and give it a shot.
goinundercover wrote:Did you use DDU or did you simply uninstall via the control panel?
Uninstalling through the control panel actually leaves behind a lot of remnants of old drivers. That's why I recommended to run display driver uninstaller - it pretty much wipes any traces of drivers on your system.
goinundercover wrote:I just watched the video. It reminds me of a graphics card pushed too far on an overclock or one that's about to hit the bin.
Try bringing down the clockspeeds if you can(basically downclock the sucker) and see if it helps.. You might have to download something like MSI Afterburner or a similar overclocking application. If you are under warranty it might be a good idea to RMA.
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