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Possible Graphics/Memory Corruption?

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For a while I have been having graphical and memory corruptions issues while playing Team Fortress 2. Symptoms include:

  • Screen blanking

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In the game I was playing in an area that is similarly coloured

  • Sound stuttering
  • Graphical corruption on desktop
  • Memory errors opening all programs
  • Sometimes the entire system would lock up

So I am stumped on what is going on. This is what I have tried

  • Undervolting and running stability test
  • Stock voltages and running stability test
  • Memory test...no errors
  • Updated BIOS
  • Updated all drivers
  • Uninstalled and reinstalled TF2
  • Virus scan
  • Replaced stock GPU thermal paste

What more can I do? I have tried everything and I still get these issues. Has anyone had anything similar happen? My specs are in my sig or below:

AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE ? Asus M5A88-M ? Kingston 16GB DDR3 1600MHz

Mushkin Chronos 120GB SSD ? WD Scorpio Blue 320GB

Gigabyte Radeon HD 6770

Antec Kuhler 620 ? OCZ ZS 550W PSU ? Antec Mini P180 White ? Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

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Reminds me of a failing GPU, try a different one?

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Reminds me of a failing GPU, try a different one?

That sucks. I do have onboard graphics, I guess I'll try that.

My discrete card is a Radeon HD 6770 and my onboard is a Radeon HD 4250. Do I need to uninstall the 6770 drivers first?

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That sucks. I do have onboard graphics, I guess I'll try that.

My discrete card is a Radeon HD 6770 and my onboard is a Radeon HD 4250. Do I need to uninstall the 6770 drivers first?

Not sure as I don't have an AMD GPU, but I would do that just to be safe.

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