GTS 250 Display problem
Hello All, Recently I had a problem with my ASUS GTS250, the display is scrambled ! Please check photos below (Note that scrambles are different depanding on the monitor connection): -DVI : [url]http://hpics.li/21d39ee[/url] [url]http://hpics.li/288aab5[/url] [url]http://hpics.li/8f38aee[/url] [url]http://hpics.li/619ee2c[/url] [url]http://hpics.li/a45a159[/url] -VGA : [url]http://hpics.li/849022e[/url] [url]http://hpics.li/7d31c62[/url] I think the problem came when there was an electrical heater plugged in the same power strip, and suddenly there was a micro power cut... What happends in my graphic card, is it dead !? Is there a solution to this problem ? [i]Note that I've tested it with a different motherboard, but problem still there. Also, updating the driver didn't solve the problem. [/i] Thanks in advance for your help ! Kind Regards
Hello All,

Recently I had a problem with my ASUS GTS250, the display is scrambled !

Please check photos below (Note that scrambles are different depanding on the monitor connection):
-DVI :
http://hpics.li/21d39ee
http://hpics.li/288aab5
http://hpics.li/8f38aee
http://hpics.li/619ee2c
http://hpics.li/a45a159

-VGA :
http://hpics.li/849022e
http://hpics.li/7d31c62

I think the problem came when there was an electrical heater plugged in the same power strip, and suddenly there was a micro power cut...

What happends in my graphic card, is it dead !? Is there a solution to this problem ?

Note that I've tested it with a different motherboard, but problem still there.
Also, updating the driver didn't solve the problem.


Thanks in advance for your help !

Kind Regards

#1
Posted 05/18/2017 08:19 PM   
Definitely a hardware issue, likely related to the VRM/voltage controller. Check whether there is physical damage on the card such as a leaking capacitor or blown mosfets/inductors. A simple capacitor can be replaced with the right equipment but anything directly soldered on the PCB (SMT components) would be a real pita. I would strongly advise buying a new card.
Definitely a hardware issue, likely related to the VRM/voltage controller. Check whether there is physical damage on the card such as a leaking capacitor or blown mosfets/inductors. A simple capacitor can be replaced with the right equipment but anything directly soldered on the PCB (SMT components) would be a real pita. I would strongly advise buying a new card.

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#2
Posted 05/19/2017 01:25 PM   
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