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post #11 of 32
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Actually this did happen once in minecraft.
This actually happened to me when it was record heat at my area 102 degrees F
Usually it is completely fine, maybe it is because I left it on for like the whole day.
I really don't know.
Well thnx anyway.
post #12 of 32
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Can you tell me what is going on?

 

Hey there! 

Sorry that this is happening to you :( Artifacts suck. For future reference though:

 

  • Please use a descriptive title. This helps people help you and, in turn, your thread helps others with the same issue.
  • This section of the forum is only really used for help with the forum-related questions. One of the mods will move it to the relevant section I am sure :)
post #13 of 32
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Hey there! 
Sorry that this is happening to you frown.gif Artifacts suck. For future reference though:
  • Please use a descriptive title. This helps people help you and, in turn, your thread helps others with the same issue.
  • This section of the forum is only really used for help with the forum-related questions. One of the mods will move it to the relevant section I am sure smile.gif
Got it. I was just really worried because I had to keep restarting my computer to get out of it. I really wanted to know what was wrong.
post #14 of 32

He's right though: every thread we create on here is potentially useful content. So, each thread should be treated as though it's going to be a useful article or even a tutorial for someone. So, a good title is very important because then people will know what the thread is about.

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post #15 of 32
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Got it. I was just really worried because I had to keep restarting my computer to get out of it. I really wanted to know what was wrong.

I understand completely! Computer issues can be scary :( Great guys like @TwoCables are here to help you out though! You are in good hands :)


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post #16 of 32
I remember having this issue but it also use to happen even on desktop (only when first booted). The first thing I did was make sure all my overclock are back to stock but it didn't help, suddenly I knew it was too late. But due to me being a bit crazy I pretty much try everything before giving up... A day later I put a fresh OS then I realized the problems was gone.

This can happen (I seen many customers come in due overclocking(most of them dont know what they are doing)) and cant be fixed by this user. It worth giving things a shot.
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Considering my condition of my pc, should I choose to OC it?
post #18 of 32
nop, it could make things worse. Have you tried changing drivers?
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Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever overclock a computer that's being powered by a PSU like that!

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post #20 of 32
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No that may be a good option. Thanks smile.gif
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