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Artifacting on RTX 2080 Ti Black

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2022/01/18 14:18:52 (permalink)
Hi, since last month my Graphics card have been artifacting (see attached), I've tried the following:
- Changed PSU
- Changed PSU cables
- DDU and reinstall
- re-inserted card
Previously, I got a new version of VBIOS from support after asking about another issue back at: https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-precision-cannot-change-the-fan-speed-of-my-RTX-2080-TI-Black-m3483167.aspx
Could that be the cause of this?


And this happens after the PC restarts, which goes back to normal once I reboot again

post edited by williamcll - 2022/01/18 19:03:40
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    ZoranC
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    Re: Artifacting on RTX 2080 Ti Black 2022/01/18 18:35:29 (permalink)
    williamcll
    Hi, since last month my Graphics card have been artifacting ...Previously, I got a new version of VBIOS from support after asking about this issue back at: https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-precision-cannot-change-the-fan-speed-of-my-RTX-2080-TI-Black-m3483167.aspx
    Could that be the cause of this?

    While VBIOS change can cause weird issues it seems your card was behaving fishy even before that. Was your card under warranty when this first started and you reached out to EVGA? If yes I would call them and continue working with them, see if they will RMA it.
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    Re: Artifacting on RTX 2080 Ti Black 2022/01/18 19:12:29 (permalink)
    If it's still under warranty it's time for an RMA. That one is toast. 

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    Re: Artifacting on RTX 2080 Ti Black 2022/01/18 23:23:10 (permalink)
    If out of warranty try baking the card in an oven. No I’m not joking. 😎

    Look at the graphics card troubleshooting faq on the forums for details on baking the card.

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    Re: Artifacting on RTX 2080 Ti Black 2022/01/20 08:28:39 (permalink)
    +1 on baking the card. It wouldn't hurt an already broken card. Just mind the temp.


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