Question What would cause this? Is this my graphics card or something else?

OffbeatBryce

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Starting today I see artifacts when scrolling up and down in my web browser. The odd thing is I captured my desktop screen as a video file with a chrome extension and the artifacts are there but different colors and less of it than the recording I have from my iPhone camera. Does anyone know what is going on?

Internal screen recording.

https://www.loom.com/share/6e3d7a171da94183aeec4bee88c00958

Recording from my iphone camera

https://streamable.com/3y4z8h
 

OffbeatBryce

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Does this only happen in discord as shown in the recordings?
Oddly enough it also happens in Facebook with the messages section scroll bar but doesn't happen with the scrollbar in the Facebook Timeline.

My understanding was if the artifacts were different or appeared in a physical screen capture recording it couldn't be the graphics card because the graphics card doesn't get captured. Is that not correct?
 

OffbeatBryce

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First thing it'd do is unplug all display cables, and monitor power cables and reconnect them
The computer only has one display currently through HDMI and I disconnected that from both the display and computer and unplugged the power cable to display. Replugged back in and as fine for like an hour but now it just started again
 

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My understanding was if the artifacts were different or appeared in a physical screen capture recording it couldn't be the graphics card because the graphics card doesn't get captured. Is that not correct?
this is incorrect, the graphics card would draw the screen, then would send it to the display… to be displayed.

if there are any errors in drawing it would appear in a physical screen capture recording.

what is your system specs? Are you overclocked?
 

OffbeatBryce

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this is incorrect, the graphics card would draw the screen, then would send it to the display… to be displayed.

if there are any errors in drawing it would appear in a physical screen capture recording.

what is your system specs? Are you overclocked?
It is not overclocked. I did add new ram two days ago though but not sure how that would cause this issue. I used to have 16GB of ram before I installed the new Ram. All the ram sticks are by the same brand.

Operating System
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
CPU
Intel Core i9 @ 3.50GHz 38 °C
Skylake Technology
RAM
64.0GB (G.Skill Trident Z NEO Series 32GB (288-Pin SDRAM DDR4 4000 (PC4-32000) CL18-22-22-42 1.40V Dual Channel Desktop Memory Model F4-4000C18D-32GTZN)

Motherboard
Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. Z590 VISION D (U3E1) 25 °C
Graphics
DELL U2413 (1920x1200@59Hz)
Intel UHD Graphics 750 (Gigabyte)
 

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