Question Is my RX580 dying?

Fanax

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Hi,

Today bought an ex mining graphics card, but is it artifacting or just GPU drivers glitching? Those white lines... mostly seen in Fortnite, but also tried 3Dmark and Superposition benchmarks, there were much less white lines, but still appearing.
No OC and no undervolt has been done. ~77C while gaming.
Reflashed to stock BIOS.

Any thoughts?

MB: Asus PRIME B360M-A
CPU: Intel i3-8100 @ 3,6 GHz CoffeLake (
RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) Adata 2OZ DualChannel @ 2400Mhz
HDD: 1000GB Samsung Spinpoint F3
SSD: 120GB WD Green
GPU: XFX Radeon RX 580 4GB GTS
PSU: 450W Corsair VS450

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Lv1VKoBr0ho
 

Metal Messiah.

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Actually, Nope. It is not that much enough. First of all, that VS450 PSU model isn't the very best of power supplies. Not a very high quality unit, and there is a reason why AMD recommends a min 500 Watts PSU for the RX 580. VS series are kind of entry-level power supply units.

Also, XFX recommend a 550 Watts unit to be used with that particular GPU model.

XFX Recommended Power SupplyXFX 550W PSU
 
I agree with the others the current psu is a hazard in your system. However I doubt it’s causing this problem, they usually cause stability or sometimes performance problems but never seen one cause artifacting. Artifacting is usually either a dying card or overheating VRAM.
 

Fanax

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Swapped for Sapphire Pulse RX580 and now it works like charm. Undervolted to 1365Mhz@1035mV and 1750Mhz@920mV with 10% Power Limit. Now it draws 135W (HWMonitor) at Superposition. I think it will be okay, till I get new proper power supply unit.

Thank y'all :)
 

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