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Do anyone else have serious graphics issues in game with thier gtx 1060 3gb like pixeltaed shadows and strong anti aliasing issues on all different graphics settings low to ultra ? Im having issues with games from 2010 to present 

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

I have a 1060 and a 1080. No problems with either card.

 

Did you update to the latest Nvidia drivers?

 

Your PC was released for sale in 2017 so I guess you are out of warranty.

 

When did the problem start?

 

Have you ever stressed tested or run any benchmarks on the graphics card?

 

Unigine (Link) has some good benchmarking tests.

 

You can stress test the GPU using Furmark (Link).

 

Check GPU thermals when you run Furmark. Unigine tests give GPU temps and FPS while the test is running.

 

3DMark also has some good GPU testing software.

 

Regards

 

 

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I stressed test the GPU with furmark 

Got a consistent 72 FPS at 1080p 

Gpu temp was 86c 

But on all my games from low to ultra I get massive fps drops and huge shadow textures issues and white horizontal lines going in an upwards motion while I play games. I cant even run empire total war from 2009 without having fps and shadow texture issues 

I even have video captured of the issues i have on screen 

 

 

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I forgot to mention that I only had it for 1 month and bought from best buy for 600$ on sale brand new pc already having issues 

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Hi Jayy95_,

 

86 degrees Celsius is very hot.

 

Your PC is not effectively moving hot air from within the chassis to the outside environment. Maybe someone can explain fluid dynamics which may solve this problem.

 

Many uATX cases are tough to keep cool. Adding a chassis fan, if possible, may help.

 

Regards

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