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January 29, 2013, 08:14:39 PM
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I have a Windows 7 setup with 2 AMD 7970 card and with cgminer version 2.10.4 running I get little chunks of small black boxes flashing around the edges of windows. Is this normal or are the cards bad? I don’t seem to have trouble in games or anything else but nothing else maxes the two GPUs at 97-99%. Smiley

If I do run a game at the same time some are ok but one game has stuff all over the screen unless I turn off cgminer. It’s odd as the games seem to run ok speed wise with cgminer but of course the hash rates go down. Makes me think the cards passed some minimum QA test but are not 100% fully stable if a game used 90%+ of the GPU.

No overclocking and the temps all look good.

System:
Motherboard: ASUS P9X79 DELUXE, Intel 3930k 3.2GHz - G.SKILL 64GB (8 x 8GB) DDR3 1600
Video Card: MSI HD7970 - R7970-2PMD3GD5
System Drive: Samsung 512GB 830 Series SSD
Data Drive: Hitachi 4TB
Power Supply: SeaSonic Platinum-1000W
LG Blu-ray/HD DVD-ROM GGC-H20L
2 Dell 30" U3011 on Ergotron HD Dual-Monitor Arm

Some pics, you have to copy and paste the link below. Smiley
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1038475873#post1038475873
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March 25, 2013, 02:43:32 AM
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I'm having issues as well. Is it possible that this could be caused by AMD's drivers? I have a 5770, maybe I should try that.
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