SajinPretty sure your card is unstable. Try downclocking the card by 105 on both the core & memory to see if it helps get rid of the pixels.
LucienKyleThanks BTW, I am in Australia, I know EVGA is American, the RMA process is the same or it takes longer I lost my receipt from the retailer though, do you think I can still go back to them or directly call EVGA?
LucienKyleBut why would I cut down my clock mate
Scarlet-TechLucienKyleBut why would I cut down my clock mateSpecifically to test the card and center the problem in one spot or another. The green spots I can't explain, but have you made sure the red spots aren't stuck pixels? Normally when a card fails, the spots become more of a snow feature, not static to one particular place on the screen.
LucienKyleThe red and green dots are the same thing it seems, place randomly, not statically I went back to the retailer, we tested it in different manner, the pixels instantly but only shew when they used HDMI cables, so we guess the HDMI output of this EVGA card is bad. Things have been resolved well given they changed my EVGA 970 FTW to a GIGABYTE 970（G1 GAMING） Sorry guys, but it seems this GIGABYTE piece works better and it doesn't even have the common noise problem of 970. However I guess EVGA better saw my case and exam how they test the HDMI portal