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Hello,

Since i upgrade to windows 8.1 i've been seeing some wierd things on screen, sometimes they disappear some times they don't. I already installed the latest nvidia drivers and rollback to the old ones 327.23
Here his a print screen, there is some blue stuff there and when the screen is black they are red. can you tell me what that could be? is my graphics card dying? when i had windows 8 everything was ok.

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Yeah, kind of seems like signs of a dying gpu or the overheating.. Happened to my sister in laws laptop, started small then started becoming all over the screen. But it can't be 100% dying, could be caused by other factors.
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Yeah, kind of seems like signs of a dying gpu or the overheating.. Happened to my sister in laws laptop, started small then started becoming all over the screen. But it can't be 100% dying, could be caused by other factors.

well she doesn't overheat so it must be another thing
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Sorry for the late reply, but yes it was overheating badly, you could feel little airflow of the fan, and the heat where the HDD and Ram, and also on top below the keyboard was sometimes extremely warm. Noticed that the artifacts etc was becoming worse and worse because she gave it to me to see if i could of fixed it, and over those days i saw it getting worse.
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