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I am currently using a GTX 580, and have had it only around 6months. And recently I have noticed some artifacts appearing within video playback. normally on livestream videos, and youtube videos but nothing during gameplay. And the only time Ive truly noticed it is when I go from regular view, to fullscreen, back to reguar view again quickly.

Could the sites compression of the video cause this?

I have also recently upgraded my memory from 6gb corsair dominator 1600 to 16gb corsair dominator gt 2000. But for some reason the memory is being registered at 2150 without me doing any Overlocking. Could this cause artifacts to appear?

Also I was testing some things with my video card, messing with fan speeds, and accidently ran bf3 on 50% fan which caused the gpu to rise in temp to 96-97c for around 10sec. I know the safe operating temp for the GTX 580 is 97c, but could this have damaged the card somehow to cause random problems? Such as the artifacts to appear, or semi higher temps?

But when the artifacts do appear its nothing permanent, just a flash, then it goes back to normal. Is my video card damaged? Or maybe is my monitor be at fault for this, as when I turn vsync on it drops my fps to 45-50, instead of what my 60hz monitor should be, 60. And I do have 2 monitors running, the same model, but my main monitor currently is the older one, which is around 2 years old.

My entire rig consists of :
i7 950
gtx 580
16g dominator gt 2000(registering at 2150)
850w corsair PSU
asus p6 deluxe mobo
60g ssd
2tb 720 hd
2 x Viewsonic VX2439wm monitors.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Edited by Symbian - 9/15/12 at 12:40pm
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It sounds normal, but my SLI on stock speeds never reach above 85c on full load when my fan is set to 50% (60% when oc'ed), so I would make sure you case's fan(s) orientations are correct and maybe add an extra one or two.

As for the refresh rate, you also need to set it in Nvidia's control panel

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Originally Posted by eXXon View Post

It sounds normal, but my SLI on stock speeds never reach above 85c on full load when my fan is set to 50% (60% when oc'ed), so I would make sure you case's fan(s) orientations are correct and maybe add an extra one or two.
As for the refresh rate, you also need to set it in Nvidia's control panel

Its not about the temperature that im concerned about. Its the video artifacts occuring while watching video. Its only happened a couple of times, and never happens while gaming. So my guess is something to do with the video compression on the sites, but was just wanting outside input with the things that have taken place to my system before this started to see if there was some correlation between them.

So any information in regards would be awesome.

Thanks
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normal,most sige these day use a res toy,(a la ms)it start in 1000 bitrate and is adjusted to your connection capacity.most wont notice this so they actually dont get the higher bitrate.ctv.ca use 1080 i 4.2.2,youtube?1080p (probably 4.4.4.mtu is often at fault ,default is 1500 but to get unbroken packet you ll end up lower once ping tested via command promp. my max ended up being 1472.each is different,got to ping test it trial and error style
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