GPU Showing artifacts and crashing after reaching 65 degrees Celsius

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Generally try to keep it cool and make a custom fan curve if needed. Update your drivers as well as the BIOS. If none of these work, contact the seller and report the situation to them.
EDIT: Ensure that this happens to every application you run, because it may be a particular app causing this issue.
 

zebarjadi.raouf

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0. Test on another PC to rule out everything you have.

1. Send it back if it doesn't work on another PC. GPUs should work out of the box.

2. Use DDU then install latest drivers again.
https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

3. Check BIOS version with GPU-Z. Flash if needed. Backup BIOS before proceeding.
https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/197002/sapphire-rx580-8192-171115

4. Downclock with MSI Afterburner. Artifacts usually mean unstable clocks. -150Core/-300Memory

5. If nothing can be done and you can't return it, change the stock paste to quality ones and install a decent fan on the lower part of the side panel designed for GPU cooling. Limit temps to 64c on MSI Afterburner too.
 
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Did all that, nothing worked. Furmark, battlefield V, rust. and other games started showing artifacts after 65 degrees after doing all those solutions you gave me, I can't test gpu on another pc because I don't have any.

I guess I'll just buy another gpu since I can't RMA this one. Thanks for your help
 

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