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Artifacting on integrated GPU?

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Hey guys. I've just plugged my TV into the PC using the integrated GPU on my i7, and I've been met with a whole load of blue specks: https://gfycat.com/RewardingNiceCoqui

 

Is this a bad sign? Maybe just a shot HDMI? It worked fine before but I'd like to rule out the possibility - I just haven't had a chance just yet.

 

Ooooor... Is it a hardware fault? Something to worry about?

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Have another cable to try? Can you try the GPU out instead with the same cord?

I just swapped the cables over and it seemed to solve the issue, ie. the integrated GPU produced no artifacting on the new monitor. Swapping back produced the same problem though. Going to try a new cable now if I can find one :)

 

EDIT: Tried a cheap cable from Amazon: (https://gfycat.com/SpiritedPoisedHaddock) so then thought maybe it  is something to do with the cable. I swapped it out with the HDMI that came with my new monitor and: https://gfycat.com/UntriedAltruisticGentoopenguin

 

So seems to be fixed! I'm puzzled though. What was actually causing that?

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Seems to be having a bit of an issue.  See, I told you to just plug it into the gpu.  :)

 

Is it a igpu hardware problem, or a driver issue?  Mobo bios issue, video out connector problem? Maybe it would work ok without running the gpu at the same time?  I don't know, but I bet you it would run perfectly if you just hook up both monitors to the dedicated graphics card.

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Seems to be having a bit of an issue. See, I told you to just plug it into the gpu. :)

 

Is it a igpu hardware problem, or a driver issue? Mobo bios issue, video out connector problem? Maybe it would work ok without running the gpu at the same time? I don't know, but I bet you it would run perfectly if you just hook up both monitors to the dedicated graphics card.

I'm not sure what the problem was but using a new HDMI has fixed the problem indefinitely here, at least!

 

I like it the way it is at the moment. Sony Vegas seems to play a lot better with the Intel iGPU. It doesn't crash at all now.

 

Meanwhile I've OC'd my GPU in order to maximise my performance.

 

All in all, I'm very happy with the way it's all turned out.

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