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When I am playing CS:GO I get some graphical glitches. On almost all models I get blue or red pixels on them when looking from right angle / distance.

http://s18.postimage.org/k9xotspyx/red1.png
http://s18.postimage.org/ox3qvkdbt/red2.png
http://s18.postimage.org/fzj0y7kvt/blue1.png

So what could make these kind of glitches? I have tried to reinstall drivers, turn cpu and gpu to default clocks and reinstall game without success... I haven't had any problems with other games yet I think, but I haven't been playing other games too much so might have not noticed anything. Could my gpu be faulty or what? As far as I know I seem to be only one getting these so the problem doesn't seem to be in the game.

Edit: added new better screenshots so you can see the problem better
Edited by kolarrrri - 12/12/12 at 12:03pm
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Since the problem is not rampant (so not a video card problem), all you can do is make sure your game is patched and up to date and you have the latest video drivers and if the problem persists you can hope that future patches drivers eliminate the problem.
 
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How do you know it's not an issue with my gpu or maybe even some other parts of my computer? Someone with same gpu (he had it sli though) and drivers didn't have any problems in CSGO :/
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I think its somthing to do with drivers i get the same issue on every driver i have tried Exept 310.70
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I think its somthing to do with drivers i get the same issue on every driver i have tried Exept 310.70

I guess I'll have to try those drivers then, thanks for the reply! I will come back to say if it fixed this problem.
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Installing 310.70 drivers didn't fix this problem... Any other suggestions?
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Installing 310.70 drivers didn't fix this problem... Any other suggestions?

try the 306.97 WHQL, I can't promise IF those driver will solve your problems, but it's worth to try, and for the 310.70, are you sure you check the "clean install" box while the installation process of the driver?
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try the 306.97 WHQL, I can't promise IF those driver will solve your problems, but it's worth to try, and for the 310.70, are you sure you check the "clean install" box while the installation process of the driver?

I already had 306.97 WHQL before I installed 310.70. And yes, I chose clean install from installer. I also used this tutorial: http://www.overclock.net/t/1150443/how-to-remove-your-nvidia-gpu-drivers to uninstall my previous drivers completely.

Edit: I noticed that those red blue pixels appear on almost all models when anti-aliasing is enabled, not just some particular ones...
Edited by kolarrrri - 12/11/12 at 1:24pm
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Added better screenshots in which you can clearly see the problem...
Edited by kolarrrri - 12/12/12 at 12:04pm
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