Firstly, I am a noob. When I go to try and upload my dump files they do not appear so I cannot upload them. So help with that would be greatly appreciated. Secondly, onto the problem. A couple of months back I first experienced it, weird square shapes on my desktop near the taskbar that would flicker and then go away, or stretch imaged moved into them. Then it went away, til about 3 weeks ago when it came back stronger than ever. First, I was getting these lines across browser windows and such, then they moved onto being in other windows as well. All I had to do to get them to go away though was to change screen resolution and change it back, and then they were gone for a while. It did not impact performance, and I could play any and all games flawlessly. Then, it got worse. I noticed lines on graphics in one game, as well as colored squares where a graphic should have been. I have seen video artifacts before, so I assumed that is exactly what it was. Even though I have never seen it happen on my desktop, or in a browser. Then the squares came back, and the lines got worse. Eventually it got to where when I was playing a game, it was super choppy, got crazy slowdown and then the game just crashed. So I quit trying to play games, and focused more on fixing this. The more I do to try and fix it though, the worse it gets. It has gotten to the point where I am getting BSODs now, with many different things being indicated as the reason. Also, the lines on the screen have escalated into new stuff, even more intense. I will attach some images of the stuff I have been seeing if possible. So far, the things I have done to try and fix this include... Increasing GPU clock speed Changing browsers Running chkdsk several times Have tried 4-5 different driver versions, as well as wiping drivers entirely and letting Windows install them Reformat and installed Windows fresh, thinking that upon doing so the problem would either go away, or at least be more obvious as to the cause of it I re-seated RAM, and changed the slot my GPU was in as well Used a different HDMI cable Disable/enabled Overclocking in CCC Tried using a different monitor Ran Memtest86 for several passes, to eliminate RAM as being the issue(Hopefully) And many, many other things that slip my mind right now I am currently on the verge of having to go buy a new video card, but I am taking one last shot at getting help for this before I spend the money this weekend. At the very least, I would like an expert to eliminate the chance of the cause of this being anything but my video card because I cannot afford to replace multiple things right now unless I am certain of the cause. My system specs are as follows CPU: i7 950 RAM: 12GB DDR3, I can post more info if needed Motherboard: EVGA 131-GT-e767, BIOS version 6.0 PG GPU: Radeon HD 5770 PSU: 750w Kingwin, or something. So, I have been running this PC for over a year now with zero hardware changes at all. Have not had any problems at all until a few months ago when I first saw the lines. Here is some of what the dump file says, once someone can tell me how to post it I will First one, after fresh OS install PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA BCC: 0x00000050 Para 1: 000007fe`fe0b0000 Para 2: 00000000`00000000 Para 3: fffff800`02c669cb Para 4: 00000000`00000008 Caused by driver: ntoskrnl.exe Caused by address: ntoskrnl.exe+6f840 Second one, which just happened NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM BCC: NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM Para 1: 00000000`001904fb Para 2: fffff880`08335bf8 Para 3: fffff880`08335450 Para 4: fffff880`012b95b7 Caused by driver: Ntfs.sys Caused by address: Ntfs.sys+a95b7 Those are the only two BSODs I have gotten so far, but it does not always BSOD either. Usually it is just the lines, or squares or other weird graphic stuff. The pics I have uploaded are only a portion of the stuff I am seeing happen. It varies so much that it has become almost impossible to describe anymore. If anyone at all could provide some help with this I would greatly appreciate it, I have pretty much run out of ideas and am looking at throwing $250 at a new card to try and make this problem go away. I will be checking back here often, as there really is not much else I can do seeing as how my PC is a gigantic paperweight at the moment. If possible, I can also be contacted on Skype, just let me know. Thanks to anyone at all who takes the time to read through my wall of text, and even bigger thanks to anyone who can help me figure out exactly what is causing this so I can make it go away.