Question Can I get some help?

Dec 21, 2018
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Try your gpu in a different pcie slot if you have another. What cpu do you have? If you have on board graphics try using that to see if it clears up. If it does then its your gpu.
I’m horrible with movingly and building PCs so I don’t know what you mean but I’ll try rob figure it’s out. I Msged my guy who built snd fixes PCs and he saída it could be anything in the pc or just it’s dirty..


Gpu: nvidia GeForce gtx 1050ti
Ram: 4x2 GB hyperx vengeance ddr4 something
Cpu: i3 8350
If this helps
 
What has changed?
Possibly, either the monitor or the graphics card has failed.
To test the possible failure of the graphics card, see if you can attach the tv to the integrated graphics on the back of the motherboard.

To test the possibility of a monitor failure, see if the tv/monitor will work in another environment
 

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