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Asus R9 280x extreme graphical issues

post #1 of 7
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Hi,

I recently went from a faulty R9 280x Vapor-x to an Asus R9 280x.

However, when I play Call of Duty: Ghosts i often get this graphical issue that seems to tear my screen apart.
So far this only happens in Ghosts and like 50% of the time, i havent put much gaming time in other games though.

I have played Ac4 maxed out for 25 hours and only had 1 similar issue on a way smaller scale.

Is it possible to find out wether its the game, card or my system?

If anyone wants to know about the faulty Vapor-x one, It was because it gave Gray screen crashes and it only started working after overclocking the memory voltage and even then i also experienced this graphical issue with Ghosts. So i exhanged it and it still happens :S

Intel(R) Core (TM) i5-2500k CPU @ 4.0GHz (OC'd)
COOLERMASTER Hyper 412S
Asrock P67 Pro3
8gb DDR3 ram
Asus R9 280X
XFX PRO650W (650 watt, atx)



post #2 of 7
That's an overheating issue more than likely, which is causing artifacts.

I've had this happen on GTA IV, see here
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post #3 of 7
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That's an overheating issue more than likely, which is causing artifacts.

I've had this happen on GTA IV, see here

most likely it is.
post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks for replying but my temp with stock clocks its always under 65 degrees and when Oc'd its under 74 degrees.

So i doubt it's overheating :s
post #5 of 7
Might be a driver issue.
post #6 of 7
Artifacts like that are likely a memory issue. If your at stock clocks RMA it
post #7 of 7
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Ever since i turned Vsync on i don't have this issue anymore, does this sound possible? Or is it just a coinsidence :S
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