Right, thanks! I have just bought Crysis 3 (even when I knew it isn't as awesome as Crysis 1). I'll complete it and see if things are better now.
I've used my PC only for one purpose - playing video games. For eveything else, I use my Mac with OS X (in my opinion, its just much better). But I don't know what's happened lately, I think I don't like playing games that very much (may be I'm growing up). So I guess I'll sell my PC as it is in a few months.
You said I could plug in another screen (on another port, I gather), but I did that already (sort of). I had also changed port for my current display when the problem occured. It didn't work! So I'm guessing it's not a port problem and even if I install another display, chances are it'll show the same thing (am I right?).
Originally Posted by alexp247365
Try a different monitor. You might have a bad cable connection inside that can produce dots or lines on the screen due to cross-talk.
Can this happen on a DVI port as well? I thought it was a problem only for VGA ports.
If this happens again, I also have a separate cable (VGA port based) that I can connect to my display (my display has two ports - DVI and VGA, so...). That should tell if it's a cable problem.Edited by velociraptrr - 5/20/13 at 6:13am