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GTX 1080 Gaming X Problem
« on: 05-August-18, 16:17:34 »

Hello,

I just bought a GTX 1080 Gaming X and I notice some graphics anomalies just like the ones in this video


I run the same benchmark and notice the same things. When i play PUBG I notice that some textures for example of houses are moving in the middle like some sort of flickering.
The antialiasing is on HIGH setting and resolution is 1080p . Also the edges of the objects are not like a straight but a broken down line. I am also getting this on other games like BF1 and BF3
I updated the latest NVIDIA Drivers 398.82.
My PC specs are: 
i5 3570K clocked to 4ghz (i plan to upgrade)
MB MSI b75ma-p45 (i plan to upgrade)
MSI gtx 1080 gaming x 
12Gb RAM
1 SSD and 1 HDD

Can someone share an experince or provide help?
Thank you,
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« Reply #1 on: 05-August-18, 18:17:43 »

:think: I can not really see any issues.

Also add full system specs. We need to know what psu you have and what exact setup leads to 12GB ram (exact ram models)
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« Reply #2 on: 05-August-18, 23:13:24 »

I have
RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB 1600Mhz X 2, Patriot 4GB x 1 (i think it has less Mhz than those from Kingston)
PSU: Gigabyte Superb E620, I think the real power is 500W and up to 620W

I made some recordings of the benchmark from my PC and the benchmark is run in full HD with High settings and x8 Antialiasing.
Recording No. 1: 

In the first recording it can be noticed that there is some sort of flickering\flashing of the stones on the bridge and also the fence.

Recording No. 2: 

In the second recording it can be seen some anomalies with the textures on the rooftop of the house. It is like some kind of flashing noise/flickering pixels
 
 
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« Reply #3 on: 06-August-18, 14:50:11 »

those are OK for me, if they are glitches i think those are from the benchmark itself
try a different benchmark or real games
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« Reply #4 on: 07-August-18, 09:41:32 »

I made some actual footage in game. I did not manage to upload with higher video quality on youtube so i used another site.

This footage is made with my new graphics card MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X
https://files.fm/f/thyk97rx

This footage is made with my previous graphics card ASUS GTX 760
https://files.fm/f/4d5bm4sr

Please download the files to see the original quality.

I am attaching a screenshot with marked regions for comparison.

if you look closely the textures on the house flicker even without moving. That also happens with the antenas. This happens with GTX 1080.
With GTX 760 the antenas flicker a lot less and there is no flickering on the house.
When moving in the game is very noticeable.
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« Reply #5 on: 07-August-18, 10:12:43 »

I mean, this is PUBG :rolleyes: I don't expect superb performance there.
BUT!

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RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB 1600Mhz X 2, Patriot 4GB x 1 (i think it has less Mhz than those from Kingston)
:nono: Mixing RAM? Not a good way to prevent your PC from issues.


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PSU: Gigabyte Superb E620, I think the real power is 500W and up to 620W
~600W low end PSU for GTX1080? It's from 2011. While it was sufficient back in the days.. I suggest you try something more recent, that is ~700W. Especially as you have overclocked CPU as well.
Or ideally, test the card in a more modern system that is know to run fine.

Also, check this one:
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With GTX 760 the antenas flicker a lot less and there is no flickering on the house.
So it doesn't seem to be an issue with GTX1080 if they also flicker with different card. No flicker on the house, as probably card is unable to render that far distance.
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« Reply #6 on: 07-August-18, 12:04:08 »

Thank you for your suggestions. 
There is also a lot of flickering of the grass in the near distance.
I plan to upgrade my pc in the next 2 weeks.
I am gettiing i7 8700k, new motherboard, 16gb ram 3000+ mhz and 650W Real power PSU.

Yes, i am aware that PUBG has a lot of glitches. I just want to make sure that the GPU works fine. If it is faulty i should replace it in the next few days or week because it is not a cheap hardware.
I will try to test it on a pc with latest and better hardware and let you know.
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« Reply #7 on: 07-August-18, 12:45:02 »

Have you decided on PSU model?
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« Reply #8 on: 07-August-18, 16:18:00 »

A bit of flicker especially if being such a minor "issue" as seen here is no hardware problem. You can't compare a GTX 760 with a GTX 10. It works differently and might cause more or less flicker in a game that causes flicker on any vga. There is no problem besides the hardware components Nichrome mentioned (psu in particular) that might even cause issues in the long run.
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« Reply #9 on: 07-August-18, 19:00:16 »

Thank you for your answer.

I am offered this type of PSU
PSU 750W Gigabyte G750H Real Power
Is that enough?

I can order this right away and try it. I am aware that have to upgrade my PSU.
Can you suggest maybe other type of PSU?
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« Reply #10 on: 07-August-18, 19:50:55 »

Better get a Seasonic psu like Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W. A 650W would even be enough.
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« Reply #11 on: 07-August-18, 23:24:25 »

That brand is not available in my country.
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« Reply #12 on: 08-August-18, 01:56:58 »

That brand is not available in my country.

Can't really do much to help if you don't bother saying what country you're from....

Personally, I wouldn't bother with a junky power supply. Seasonic, Corsair, Antec, at the very least a major name brand power supply. 

Most of my info regarding Gigabyte power supplies is that they were middle grades at best...for the high end expensive ones.
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« Reply #13 on: 08-August-18, 08:18:00 »

I am from Rep. of Macedonia. I found on another store that there is Corsair. Here is the list
http://setec.mk/index.php?route=product/category&path=10019_10020_10029.

Other brands besides Corsair and Gigabyte are CoolerMaster, Deepcool and Sharkoon.
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« Reply #14 on: 08-August-18, 13:00:53 »

If that's the case, then this Corsair would be my suggestion: >>CLICK<<
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« Reply #15 on: 08-August-18, 15:08:23 »

Sorry but that PSU has not been on stock for months, I asked the store. If i go with the Gigabyte will that be much of a problem?
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« Reply #16 on: 08-August-18, 17:20:47 »

There are many good quality psus available in that shop you linked. Tell us how much you want to spend in your currency.

Don't go with Gigabyte.
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« Reply #17 on: 08-August-18, 17:24:57 »

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RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB 1600Mhz X 2, Patriot 4GB x 1 (i think it has less Mhz than those from Kingston)

 Mixing RAM? Not a good way to prevent your PC from issues.


have you tried to leave only matched memory sticks as already suggested?
if so what are the results?
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« Reply #18 on: 08-August-18, 18:23:38 »

I removed the other stick and left only the kingston ones and also removed the overclocking of the CPU and getting the same results.
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« Reply #19 on: 08-August-18, 18:27:35 »

There are many good quality psus available in that shop you linked. Tell us how much you want to spend in your currency.

Don't go with Gigabyte.

I can spend up to 8000MKD. This - Лагер:  means that the item is not on stock anywhere in those shopping places bellow.
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« Reply #20 on: 08-August-18, 19:29:53 »

Then Cooler Master Vanguard 750W (V-Series, V750) is the best choice: http://setec.mk/index.php?route=product/product&path=10019_10020_10029&product_id=23613

On Linustechtips forums V-Series is listed Tier 1 so best possible quality. https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/631048-psu-tier-list-updated/
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« Reply #21 on: 09-August-18, 00:00:58 »

I agree with flobelix. That's what I would recommend as well, since the Corsair RM series is unavailable there.
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« Reply #22 on: 09-August-18, 14:12:54 »

I removed the other stick and left only the kingston ones and also removed the overclocking of the CPU and getting the same results.

try leave the other memory stick alone only instead kingston and retest.
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« Reply #23 on: 10-August-18, 00:29:24 »

try leave the other memory stick alone only instead kingston and retest.
I just tried that combination and it is the same.

Sample video: https://files.fm/f/enbz6fyk
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« Reply #24 on: 10-August-18, 11:48:34 »

That is no hardware but game problem.
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