Question PC screen gets Pixelated

Sep 5, 2021
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So it happened two weeks before. I was attending online classes and then suddenly my pc turns off never to start again. I took it to the place from where I bought it and they told me the motherboard is dead and nothing could be done.
My PC specifications were :
  • Gigabyte H110M-S2 Motherboard
  • G.Skill 2133MHz 4GB RAM
  • Intel i3 7110
  • Windows 10 Pro
I had bought it on 2017.
As I am a little tight on money so I had to give up all money I had been saving to buy my 1st phone. I went with the old processor.
My current PC specifications are:
  • Gigabyte H110M-S2PH Motherboard
  • CORSAIR Vengeance 3000MHz 8GB RAM
  • Intel i3 7110
  • Windows 10 Pro
Now the problem is after some time my Monitor suddenly turns as shown in the pics.











The motherboard keeps running. And only if I press the restart button it starts working again.
  1. I have checked with a technician the Power Supply Unit is okay
  2. The VGA cable is okay
  3. I have reinstalled Windows
  4. I had enabled XMP and selected Profile 1 to RUN the ram at 2400MHz but the problem continued so I disabled XMP again
I don't have any kind of dedicated GPU.

I am new to all these forums. So, please guide me if I should edit anything in this post and what tags should I add.
 
My PC specifications were :
Gigabyte H110M-S2 Motherboard​
G.Skill 2133MHz 4GB RAM
Intel i3 7110​
My current PC specifications are:
Gigabyte H110M-S2PH Motherboard​
CORSAIR Vengeance 3000MHz 8GB RAM
Intel i3 7110​
What memory configuration? Do you have 8GB + 4GB (12GB total) ?
Please show screenshots from CPU-Z - MEMORY and SPD sections.

What video cable are you using? Any cable adapters?
 
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What memory configuration? Do you have 8GB + 4GB (12GB total) ?
Please show screenshots from CPU-Z - MEMORY and SPD sections.

What video cable are you using? Any cable adapters?
Actually I called someone who repairs PC, he gave me another 4gb RAM clocked at 2400MHz to see if my CORSAIR RAM had a problem and surprisingly it's working fine now. I will test the RAM for 1 more day and see if it's fine and then will try to get my CORSAIR RAM replaced.
 

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