Question I dont know if my GPU is broken ?

May 9, 2021
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Hey, so I am not sure if my GPU is broken. I currently have a RTX 2070 Super and I get weird Artifacts on my 2 and 3 Monitors. I would describe the Artifacts as little Green points flickering on my Monitor, each Point is maybe only a few Pixels big, but I have a lot of them over the whole monitor just flickering. Sometimes the whole Monitor Glitches out like it's completely distorted with striped in it etc.

The second problem I have with the Card since the Glitch/Artifact stuff started is that as soon as I play a game or use a GPU intensive program like After Effects I cant play any Video (Youtube) on a second monitor it will just load then play for a sec and then load again, or it goes Black screen completely & besides that the Artifacts get worse as soon as I start a game or After Effects etc. I still should have warranty on the Card, but I am wondering if the GPU is really broken or is it a Software problem ?

My Drivers are up-to-date as well as Windows. The problem started 3 Days ago so a while after I updated my Drivers. The GPU Temperature is 50c in Idle and 55-60c while Gaming ( I don't have less FPS since the problems started). My system Specs are: RTX 2070 Super, AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, 32gb RAM and all of that is on an MSI B450 board, like I said Drivers are up-to-date as well as Windows I currently use Windows 11, but the problems started a while after updating almost a Month. Here is a Video of the Green Artifacts, you can't see them good, but they are visibly in the Vid Artifacts Video. Sorry for my Bad English, it's not my first languages.
 
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Ralston18

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Your English is fine.

PSU is a likely suspect. Update your post to include PSU: make, model, wattage, age, condition.

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And Windows 11 is not at all ready for general use. Users will likely be chasing problems for months to come - consider using Windows 11 as "testing".

Likely any number of problems will come and go as the Windows 11 is changed/fixed/tweaked etc..

The various hardware drivers may or may not be "keeping up" and thus will be glitchy, buggy, inconsistent, and otherwise not working as expected.
 
May 9, 2021
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Your English is fine.

PSU is a likely suspect. Update your post to include PSU: make, model, wattage, age, condition.

= = = =

And Windows 11 is not at all ready for general use. Users will likely be chasing problems for months to come - consider using Windows 11 as "testing".

Likely any number of problems will come and go as the Windows 11 is changed/fixed/tweaked etc..

The various hardware drivers may or may not be "keeping up" and thus will be glitchy, buggy, inconsistent, and otherwise not working as expected.
Thanks for the answer. I tried Windows 10 as well I have the same problems there as well. The PSU is a BeQuiet 750 Watt it is about 1 Year 4 Months Old Condition should be good no visible Damage or anything else.
 

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