Question I don't know whether or not my card is dying or I have some weird clock speed.

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I recently purchased a MSI RTX 2070 Super and it has been great up until today when I reset my system. I got all of the drivers for the card installed and I started playing a game. After about 5 minutes I started seeing snowball like artifacts and some really strange graphical glitches like flickering lighting and missing parts of the rendering in patterns. The reason I mentioned the clock speed is because I used to tinker around with overclocking my 1060 and similar artifacts would occur when I was doing that. Any thoughts?

Here is a link to a little snip-it of some of these crazy graphical glitches. Moments later the game crashed.
View: https://imgur.com/a/of0QUxN


Here is a link to my MSI Dragon Center with the clock speeds: View: https://imgur.com/a/9eS6Cid
 
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First off, do NOT overclock your GPU by any means, at least for the time being. Restore all the factory default settings, and remove all the previously saved profiles as well, including power limit, voltage, fan curve etc.. After that, again test the GPU by playing any game.

What are rest of your system SPECS ? Which PSU are you having ? Also, try doing a CLEAN re-install of the GPU drivers, by using the DDU tool. If the
problem persists, then mostly like there is some Hardware fault.

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
 
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I haven't actually overclocked the card, So it's still at the factory settings. The clock speed it has for the memory strikes me as odd that's why I mentioned it. I'm running a i5-9600k, MSI Z370 SLI Plus, TeamGroup DDR4 2400mhz 16gb, and a Thermaltake Smart Pro 750w psu. I'll go ahead and try reinstalling the drivers. I won't be able to report about if it fixes it for a bit as I'm away from home right now.
 
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I used the DDU tool to uninstall my drivers and did a clean install and the problem persists, looks like ill be sending in my card for a replacement.
 

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