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1080 Ti Help ( Furmark )

Brand New PC

7700k
1200v master platinum PSU
msi z270 m7
16gb
rgb trident z

While using furmark ( http://www.geeks3d.com/20170502/furmark-1-19-gpu-burner-stress-test-opengl-benchmark/ )

Randomly sometimes not ! I see those red blinking lines comes and goes suddenly !
I tested a gtx msi 1080 ti gaming X , I bought another 1080 ti Asus strix because I thought it was faulty and same happened again, Brand new pc no OC done with a fresh win 10 genuine format using a 60 SSD ( tested again on a regular WD 3TB HDD ) and the same

Gpu temp idle 40 - Max load 65 Degree
CPU 30 idle - 60 degree Load

https://postimg.org/image/iroudmp6l/
https://postimg.org/image/3x4ud74zh/

it is driving me crazy can someone please ? Help me
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  1. Have you tried updating your drivers?
  2. AlternativeFactsForPresident said:
    Have you tried updating your drivers?


    Is your PSU a "Cooler Master" brand or something else?
  3. And plz describe the problem a bit more, hard to tell from the pics what you really mean.
  4. AlternativeFactsForPresident said:
    Have you tried updating your drivers?



    yes the latest once
  5. psu is cooler master v1200 platinum yes the pictures shows a thunder like red bolt for a few mili second comes and goes and noticed when gpu is 90-95% usage
  6. https://youtu.be/S2j6sep4qX8

    here tested on 2 gtx 1080 ti
    tested on 660 and no signals

    maybe drivers??
  7. Oscar Sammut said:
    https://youtu.be/S2j6sep4qX8

    here tested on 2 gtx 1080 ti
    tested on 660 and no signals

    maybe drivers??


    Oh man -I'd place a bet that it's your panel- because its happening in the same spots/shapes. Looks like it may be going bad.. :( Do you have another monitor to try?
  8. I've seen that kinda thing before on dying LED and LCD panels..
  9. Best answer
    If you rule out the card or drivers..the only thing that would really cause something like that would be wonky power delivery..maybe, or the panel dying,, because it doesn't look to me like a software glitch.

    PSU = first super critical thing people sometime don't consider and/or skimp on.

    Monitors = a close second I would say.. Not saying you specifically...just the way it is.

    EDIT: ** You have a nice PSU!..meant to lead with that.**
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