Unplug the GPU and test with the i5 graphics next.
Hi, my computer is causing some weird artifacts. (And, Yes i'm sure it's not the monitor that is causing it, tried different monitors and cables all with the same result)
The monitor graphic works fine every 5minute (I'm typing this post using this computer) then it does this weird artifacts as shown in the video, after that it blinks and works for more 5 minutes and this goes on and on....
(In the video i'm having the screen on a black image, so you can see the artifacting with better contrast.)
As you can hear in the video the psu is ticking (doesn't sound as bad IRL), but it have been ticking for about 2 years. This problem with the artifacting and blinking screen accured for about 1 month ago.
I'm personally hoping that it's the psu that is giving up and not the graphics card that is giving up.
The graphics card is a 780ti that I bought about 4 years ago. It's pretty good even by todays standard and I don't have the money to spend on a expensive graphicscard again.
I've read online that the psu can cause this problems due it can't deliver the required power to the graphics card.
What do you think is it the PSU or the GPU? Or is it another component that is causing this issue.
Ram: 2x4 corsair 1600mhz
Cpu: Intel i5 2400 3,1 ghz
MB: MSI P67A GD65 b3
GPU: EVGA GTX 780 Ti Superclocked (Evga reference cooler)
PSU: Silver Power SP-SS620 (620Watt)