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I will when I get home but can you also explain how a stable CPU oc can possibly cause the artifacting
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post #12 of 13
nope i can not. try it or not, it's your descicion.
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post #13 of 13
Lower the memory clock on the GPU to stock settings (or lower) and give that a try. Sounds a lot like your gpu memory is going.

EDIT: Seems you've tried that. Strange...

Have you re-applied thermal paste recently?
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