Lately I have stumbled upon irritating issue. First of all let me describe history of this bitch ass glitch.
So I have an SLI, 2x GTX 680. Few days ago one of my GPUs after pluggin’ it in separately (Gainward Phantom 680GTX-2GB) showed big RED square after Windows 10 finished to spin the wheel - which from what I found is caused by OC or damaged GPU flash.
It was connected only with one GPU let me repeat, after going back to previous state - SLI - the red screen showed once more. At this point I was nervous.
As I have I7 I’ve managed to start Windows with my integrated GPU - reflashed bios to original one, as I had custom one before to match the gpu clocks. Same result. Funny as it is - uninstalled newest nVidia drivers and installed previous version helped - Windows 10 fucked something up with the drivers.
BUT… Now there is an issue that occures in two games: GTA V and CS:GO
Everywhere on the screen there are like paired gray pixels flickering and getting on my nerves - screenshot below.
All other games work properly, games like Arma 3, Vampyr, The Witcher - no problem at all.
I have to add that in my opinion this is not hardware issue - tested my CPU and GPU for errors - all good, also no overheat - created custom fan plan so it’s fresh & cool.
I have tried to play with the SLI Bridge - rotating, different pins.
Tried also changing Display Port cable with HDMI cable - same shit.
Another thing is that I can eliminate those pixels in CS:GO by enabling nVidia Stereoscopic 3D - even 1% eliminate those flickering pixels completely. This fix doesn’t help with GTA V.
MOBO ASUS P8-Z68 V-Pro
i7 2600k 3.4 up to 4.4
16Gbs RAM - DDR3 - 1066
SSD ocz agility 3
HDD caviar black
PSU Corsair 850w - RM850x
- Gainward Phantom 680 GTX - 2Gb
- Asus GTX 680 - 2GD5