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Quote: Originally Posted by Frank33 View Post
Thanks for all the ideas, I dont have any spare Vid card to try out, (yet). What would be a good program to find out if the gpu is faulty? It's running at stock now.

Regarding the PSU, wouldnt the entire system shut down instead of just the graphics? Like I said before, sometime I can still hear the music running in the back ground but I can't tell if it's jammed in a loop or something.
You don't need another card to test, you just need to remove that one to see if the issue still happens. Plug the monitor into your board.

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