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lorduzcjar
Journeyman III

Flickering squares and crashing games/computer

GPU: Gigabyte R9 390

System: Windows 10 64Bit ver. 1803 build 1734
GPU Driver: 18.5.1 also with 18.8.1 and 18.1.2
Display Devices: Samsung lc27f396fhuxen 1920x1080 60hz HDMI | Samsung SyncMaster 1440x900 T190 75hz DVI-D (playing on 1920x1080)
Motherboard: Msi H81-E33 Bios ver 6.6
CPU: i5-4570s
PSU: Chieftec 600w GPS-600A8

RAM: 8GB

Hello, for about a week i have a problem with Assetto Corsa 1.16.1 and F1 2018 1.04. In Assetto Corsa i had a flickering squares in some parts of screen, in F1 2018 i had the same issue as in AC but after some time game is crashing once just with error "D3D Device was removed" once crashing computer. I tried reinstalling GPU drivers (with DDU in safe mode) and clearing inside of the computer with compressed air but it didn't help. GPU was bought more than 2 years ago and i had no trouble with it until now, card wasn't overclocked and used to mine.

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dstmnd89x
Challenger

Re: Flickering squares and crashing games/computer

Do you have another card to try? My initial thought is that the 390 is on its way out; possibly faulty VRAM. This is further evident of the problem not being game-specific and that the graphics card has been used normally without any issues up until now.

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lorduzcjar
Journeyman III

Re: Flickering squares and crashing games/computer

Yes, i have my old card that was bought 4 years ago but i can check if then it will work. One thing to notice is that i turned off OC Genie and turned up my cpu to 3.6Ghz in mobo settings and for about 1.5 hour games worked without this squares after turning on photoshop it became back.

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lorduzcjar
Journeyman III

Re: Flickering squares and crashing games/computer

Unfortunetly it looks like my graphics card is broken and i need to change her...

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