I tried to stress test it with Heaven Benchmark and then I played SC2 with ULTRA settings for about an hour, it didn't get stressed apparently.... I will try stressing it with passmark benchmarks and see if I can reproduce the effect.
Okay SO I tried FunMark, and I did a Burn In test for 17 minutes. The temp went all the way to 99 degrees. My avr frame rate was 11, at a resolution of 1080p. Most of the time I had a message saying THROTTLING -310 MHz not sure what that is. So since temp was 97-98-99 for most of the stress test, can we assume it is not the GPU that is the problem?
Now that I remember as to when I took the video, it was after a resume from Hibernation one morning. And restart fixed it. So the restart fixing it makes no sense if the screen is broken. If it is broken it is broken, why did it regain functionality. And if it is the GPU, then why doesnt it crash during a stress test.......
:-0 99 degrees is not good, throttling means that it reduced the speed of the chip to keep the temperatures down. I guess we can assume this is normal as its a laptop and it will never be running anything as stressful as furmark. Either way it "passed" the test.
I am out of ideas.... I guess the computer was having a bad day?