When turn on pc, instead the logo of the motherboard - a picture with artifacts.
Could this be a hardware compatibility issue, like motherboard? MB - Gigabyte z68ap-d3 rev1.0
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Check with mobo support site for possible solution/bios update.
You could also ask them if a spectre/meltdown bios is available for your mobo/cpu.
If it displays normally in the OS, then, as Goodplay pointed out, it's a motherboard BIOS issue. If it does continue to display garbage in the OS, then it's a defective card.
I found topic on gigabyte forum, same problem and same motherboard. Yes, this is BIOS issue, tomorrow i will check on another computer.
Did you get any further. I have a Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3H. Unfortunately it is rather old and I have the latest bios update installed, yet still no joy. I have disabled the on-board graphics and set the initial display to PEG but still get the weird screen.
Today I checked a socket on another 1151v2 motherboard, everything is fine. This problem is due to the fact that the bios logo of the video card is embedded in the screen of the motherboard, that is, in this case there was an asrock board and the logo was - Asrock/Sapphire.
I don't get what you mean.
Gpu+old motherboard = artifacts
Gpu+mobo start from 1150 soc = my previous image.
OK. Thanks. Damn. Perhaps it's time to upgrade the motherboard, which is not what I wanted to do really.
It's just little visual bug, does not affect anything.
That's...not supposed to happen. BIOS splash screens are of the motherboard's (or system manufacturer's) logo only, not of the video card's.
Look at image above.
Perhaps Sapphire support can shed some light on why their logo is there.
Does it have something to do with mbr or gpt fomat on older boards ?
I've installed approx. a doz. different bios(many custom), have seen pix screen(as when turn monitor on no connect to pc, no logo at all(just black), or current(spectre/meltdown bios direct from GA(needs to be requested through support)) which is just logo(not full screen).
You can disable it in bios, does not affect accessing bios(well, except for having to time/spam the keyboard hit).
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