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Green Pixels (Wierd)

Apr 6, 2018
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So, about an hour ago this problem was not occurring and I honestly have no clue what is going on. I browsed some other threads discussing problem like this but none of the solutions worked for me. Okay so here I go, here is all of the information I can give you. Ony my desktop I am seeing weird, "glitter" like green pixels flashing (See Video Below). On Google Chrome on white, I see no problem except for writing this post I now see this. Pink/Purple flashing pixels. These artifacts move with the screen and are obviously not static.

Video of what is happening: LINK

Dxdiag:
Current Date/lime: Friday, April 6, 2018, 12:36:08 AM
Computer Name: DESKTOP-DPGP2L7
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (10.0, Build 16299)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer:
System Model:
BIOS: BIOS Date: 12/27/16 21:57:59 Ver: 05.0000C
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6600K CPU @ 3.50GHz (4 CPUs), .~3.5GHz
Memory: 8192MB RAM
Page file: 4431MB used, 5677MB available
DirectX Version: DirectX 12

CPU: i5-6600k 3.3ghz (Not Overclocked)
GPU: 1050ti EVGA FTW (Not Overclocked)

Nvidia Drivers Up To Date
Intel Graphics Drivers Up To Date

I will not be checking this until tomorrow (4/6/18)
 
First i would check another cable (if you are currently using HDMI, try DVI) , trying another monitor, if it persists, there could be another problems, like bad grounding (voltage returns to negative and voltage passes, very rare happened to me once because monitor didnt had grounding), bad cooling, or card started to malfunction.

Have you done any overclocking?
Sometimes it could be a bad driver issue.

I know for sure that my R7 250 is giving me blue snow from VGA because i know as i damaged it, but onboard is fine.

First try swapping cables (if you have spare ones) and see if it still goes on TV and ill respond with new potential answers.
 
First i would check another cable (if you are currently using HDMI, try DVI) , trying another monitor, if it persists, there could be another problems, like bad grounding (voltage returns to negative and voltage passes, very rare happened to me once because monitor didnt had grounding), bad cooling, or card started to malfunction.

Have you done any overclocking?
Sometimes it could be a bad driver issue.

I know for sure that my R7 250 is giving me blue snow from VGA because i know as i damaged it, but onboard is fine.

First try swapping cables (if you have spare ones) and see if it still goes on TV and ill respond with new potential answers.
 

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