flickering pink screen and artifacting when watching Youtube Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 900MHz (DirectC
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I did a quick search on this forum and found a number of people with similar problems. However, there were no solutions mentioned and the reports seemed to vary from person to person.

The card performs well and without hiccups when playing games. Even demanding titles like GTA4 run fine for hours.
But from time to time - when watching a Youtube video - the screen turns pink and flickering artifacts appear everywhere. This usually freezes the system and forces me to reset the PC. One time it simply crashed the nVidia driver and the OS managed to recover.
Here is a photo:

[img]http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/7338/dsc0078yi.jpg[/img]

[u]system specs:[/u]
Asus P8Z68-V LX
Intel i5 2500
Viper Extreme 2x4GB DRR3
Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 900MHz (DirectCU II TOP)
Corsair 650W PSU
Windows 7 64bit
nVidia driver 295.51
I did a quick search on this forum and found a number of people with similar problems. However, there were no solutions mentioned and the reports seemed to vary from person to person.



The card performs well and without hiccups when playing games. Even demanding titles like GTA4 run fine for hours.

But from time to time - when watching a Youtube video - the screen turns pink and flickering artifacts appear everywhere. This usually freezes the system and forces me to reset the PC. One time it simply crashed the nVidia driver and the OS managed to recover.

Here is a photo:



Image



system specs:

Asus P8Z68-V LX

Intel i5 2500

Viper Extreme 2x4GB DRR3

Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 900MHz (DirectCU II TOP)

Corsair 650W PSU

Windows 7 64bit

nVidia driver 295.51

#1
Posted 02/12/2012 01:53 PM   
I HAVE the same problem AFTER INSTAL BETA DRV 295.51 ,
,
earlier when use earliest drivers i dont have eny problems.

PLEASE HELP ?? what can i do??, I must waiting?? for WHQL drv.???????????????

------------------------------
Ci7 920 (4cores) - 2.67mhz
Asus gtx560ti - 830mhz, 4000mhz - ddr5,
12gb ram patriot extreme 2000mhz
Win7 64bit
drv 295.51 beta nvidi.
"clean system"..



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[quote name='nmi576' date='12 February 2012 - 02:53 PM' timestamp='1329054789' post='1368411']
I did a quick search on this forum and found a number of people with similar problems. However, there were no solutions mentioned and the reports seemed to vary from person to person.

The card performs well and without hiccups when playing games. Even demanding titles like GTA4 run fine for hours.
But from time to time - when watching a Youtube video - the screen turns pink and flickering artifacts appear everywhere. This usually freezes the system and forces me to reset the PC. One time it simply crashed the nVidia driver and the OS managed to recover.
Here is a photo:

[img]http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/7338/dsc0078yi.jpg[/img]

[u]system specs:[/u]
Asus P8Z68-V LX
Intel i5 2500
Viper Extreme 2x4GB DRR3
Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 900MHz (DirectCU II TOP)
Corsair 650W PSU
Windows 7 64bit
nVidia driver 295.51
[/quote]
I HAVE the same problem AFTER INSTAL BETA DRV 295.51 ,

,

earlier when use earliest drivers i dont have eny problems.



PLEASE HELP ?? what can i do??, I must waiting?? for WHQL drv.???????????????



------------------------------

Ci7 920 (4cores) - 2.67mhz

Asus gtx560ti - 830mhz, 4000mhz - ddr5,

12gb ram patriot extreme 2000mhz

Win7 64bit

drv 295.51 beta nvidi.

"clean system"..







===========================================================



[quote name='nmi576' date='12 February 2012 - 02:53 PM' timestamp='1329054789' post='1368411']

I did a quick search on this forum and found a number of people with similar problems. However, there were no solutions mentioned and the reports seemed to vary from person to person.



The card performs well and without hiccups when playing games. Even demanding titles like GTA4 run fine for hours.

But from time to time - when watching a Youtube video - the screen turns pink and flickering artifacts appear everywhere. This usually freezes the system and forces me to reset the PC. One time it simply crashed the nVidia driver and the OS managed to recover.

Here is a photo:



Image



system specs:

Asus P8Z68-V LX

Intel i5 2500

Viper Extreme 2x4GB DRR3

Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 900MHz (DirectCU II TOP)

Corsair 650W PSU

Windows 7 64bit

nVidia driver 295.51

- Ci7 970 (6cores) - 3.2ghz 3,46 ,
Asus gtx 660 GTX660-DC2-2GD5 ,
12gb ram patriot extreme 2000mhz,
Win7 64bitdrv 314,07 ,
"clean system"..,
1200vat "be q. dark power" ,
FULLTOWER:

#2
Posted 02/12/2012 05:42 PM   
Exact same problem here! Not sure, but I think it happened with every driver I've tried.

ASUS P8Z68-V LX 0703
Intel i5-2500K
Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP


Underclocking GPU didn't help.
Exact same problem here! Not sure, but I think it happened with every driver I've tried.



ASUS P8Z68-V LX 0703

Intel i5-2500K

Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP





Underclocking GPU didn't help.

#3
Posted 02/17/2012 11:23 AM   
SAMSUNG monitors have problem with nvidia cards ... try test it with other monitor
SAMSUNG monitors have problem with nvidia cards ... try test it with other monitor

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit

evga p55 classified 200

intel i7 860 2.80 mhz

gainward 580 gtx phantom 3gb

corsair 4x2 dominator 1600 mhz

coolermaster 1000watt psu

samsung led A350H 24 inch hdmi

western digital 640gb 32mb cache sata2

#4
Posted 02/19/2012 04:49 PM   
[quote name='spartan33' date='19 February 2012 - 05:49 PM' timestamp='1329670151' post='1371402']
SAMSUNG monitors have problem with nvidia cards ... try test it with other monitor
[/quote]

NO no no THIS SCREEN IT FOR EXAMPLE i have different LCD monitor , this is bad drivers of latest beta drv. (this drv. have bug or... )

I DONT KNOWN WHAT CAN I DO?? I MUST WAITING? FOR wQHL DRV...??????????????
[quote name='spartan33' date='19 February 2012 - 05:49 PM' timestamp='1329670151' post='1371402']

SAMSUNG monitors have problem with nvidia cards ... try test it with other monitor





NO no no THIS SCREEN IT FOR EXAMPLE i have different LCD monitor , this is bad drivers of latest beta drv. (this drv. have bug or... )



I DONT KNOWN WHAT CAN I DO?? I MUST WAITING? FOR wQHL DRV...??????????????

- Ci7 970 (6cores) - 3.2ghz 3,46 ,
Asus gtx 660 GTX660-DC2-2GD5 ,
12gb ram patriot extreme 2000mhz,
Win7 64bitdrv 314,07 ,
"clean system"..,
1200vat "be q. dark power" ,
FULLTOWER:

#5
Posted 02/19/2012 06:14 PM   
It happened to me today with 296.10 drivers (2x Asus GTX 560).. I'm also using Samsung Syncmaster 701N.. Rebooting solves the problem.
It happened to me today with 296.10 drivers (2x Asus GTX 560).. I'm also using Samsung Syncmaster 701N.. Rebooting solves the problem.

Intel 2600K
2xGTX560 (SLI)
8GB
1TB

#6
Posted 03/23/2012 04:45 PM   
This is also happening to me. MSI Twin Frozer GTX 560 on Acer P215H monitor. (Win 7 64bit, WD 2TB Blue, ASUS M4A78LT-M LE) Happens with youtube videos and some steam games. Played L4D2 in 1920x1080 and could see through walls, little green dots appeared sometimes. It was actually worse watching youtube videos, go figure. I'd get something more similar to the image posted by nmi576. Dropped down the res to 1280x720 and that helped. Sometimes it freezes the PC just watching youtube videos and have to restart. Pretty sure it has to do with 3D enabled applications and overheating due to load but what do I know. In any event it's really frustrating to deal with. Tried upgrading to the latest driver released a week or two ago and that didn't help.
This is also happening to me. MSI Twin Frozer GTX 560 on Acer P215H monitor. (Win 7 64bit, WD 2TB Blue, ASUS M4A78LT-M LE) Happens with youtube videos and some steam games. Played L4D2 in 1920x1080 and could see through walls, little green dots appeared sometimes. It was actually worse watching youtube videos, go figure. I'd get something more similar to the image posted by nmi576. Dropped down the res to 1280x720 and that helped. Sometimes it freezes the PC just watching youtube videos and have to restart. Pretty sure it has to do with 3D enabled applications and overheating due to load but what do I know. In any event it's really frustrating to deal with. Tried upgrading to the latest driver released a week or two ago and that didn't help.

#7
Posted 03/24/2012 06:05 AM   
(Woo first post)

I am having the same issue with my regular GTX560, Mine looks like this: http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z429/Orion990/broken.jpg

and sometimes it will go all purple and crash, only on youtube.

Using latest Nividea drivers, I recon we have a bug gentalmen.
(Woo first post)



I am having the same issue with my regular GTX560, Mine looks like this: http://i1189.photobucket.com/albums/z429/Orion990/broken.jpg



and sometimes it will go all purple and crash, only on youtube.



Using latest Nividea drivers, I recon we have a bug gentalmen.

#8
Posted 03/24/2012 03:42 PM   
Today I got an error I've never seen before.

[quote name="Windows 7 64-bit OS"]The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close.

Error code: 3
Would you like to visit http://www.nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?[/quote]

I've noticed that I only get artifacting in YouTube videos when trying to watch HD content. Anything below 720p and I'm fine. 720p & 1080p will eventually start artifacting.
Today I got an error I've never seen before.



Windows 7 64-bit OS said:The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close.



Error code: 3

Would you like to visit http://www.nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?




I've noticed that I only get artifacting in YouTube videos when trying to watch HD content. Anything below 720p and I'm fine. 720p & 1080p will eventually start artifacting.

#9
Posted 03/24/2012 09:01 PM   
Same here but on an NVIDIA GTX 460 Hawk graphics card. It all started somewhere after driver version 295.51. I had the 296.10 WHQL and now im using version 301.10 with modded .inf, and it still appears.
I can play games without problem for hours, but when im surfing the internet watching videos on youtube it pops out and freezes everything. But after 2 or 3 seconds it dissapears i dont have to restart my computer.

Guys i think adobe flash player is causing the problem... It's some kind of incompatibility issue with the newest nvidia drivers or a bug and it triggers it while using youtube.
Though it appears very rare, maybe one time in two or three days top (it depends on how often im on youtube, i think), it is very annoying and im in concern if it will damage my hardware or something.
Same here but on an NVIDIA GTX 460 Hawk graphics card. It all started somewhere after driver version 295.51. I had the 296.10 WHQL and now im using version 301.10 with modded .inf, and it still appears.

I can play games without problem for hours, but when im surfing the internet watching videos on youtube it pops out and freezes everything. But after 2 or 3 seconds it dissapears i dont have to restart my computer.



Guys i think adobe flash player is causing the problem... It's some kind of incompatibility issue with the newest nvidia drivers or a bug and it triggers it while using youtube.

Though it appears very rare, maybe one time in two or three days top (it depends on how often im on youtube, i think), it is very annoying and im in concern if it will damage my hardware or something.

#10
Posted 03/25/2012 02:53 PM   
This just happened to me while coming out of a fullscreen youtube video!

Screen went all pink, couldn't move mouse, and it never recovered, I had to reset computer.

If helps, I'm also using a Samsung monitor, and 296.10 drivers
This just happened to me while coming out of a fullscreen youtube video!



Screen went all pink, couldn't move mouse, and it never recovered, I had to reset computer.



If helps, I'm also using a Samsung monitor, and 296.10 drivers

#11
Posted 03/25/2012 03:30 PM   
I forgot to mention, I'm using a Samsung monitor too. But I can't figure how that might be the problem. /blarg.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':/' />
I forgot to mention, I'm using a Samsung monitor too. But I can't figure how that might be the problem. /blarg.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':/' />

#12
Posted 03/25/2012 03:42 PM   
It happened 5 minutes ago with an Youtube video and screen went like nmi576 picture.. But I can see Youtube videos at all.. It's just some times that this happens oO
It happened 5 minutes ago with an Youtube video and screen went like nmi576 picture.. But I can see Youtube videos at all.. It's just some times that this happens oO

Intel 2600K
2xGTX560 (SLI)
8GB
1TB

#13
Posted 03/26/2012 12:28 AM   
Yeah I have a 560 Ti and have the same problem while playing World of Warcraft. When it first appeared I was getting a bit worried, thinking that my video card was kaput after only owning it for about 6 months, but then I rolled back to 295.73 and it hasn't happened again since, but only time will tell. I am using a ViewSonic monitor.
Yeah I have a 560 Ti and have the same problem while playing World of Warcraft. When it first appeared I was getting a bit worried, thinking that my video card was kaput after only owning it for about 6 months, but then I rolled back to 295.73 and it hasn't happened again since, but only time will tell. I am using a ViewSonic monitor.

#14
Posted 03/26/2012 01:22 AM   
[quote name='x7ensis' date='25 March 2012 - 09:53 AM' timestamp='1332687226' post='1387687']
Same here but on an NVIDIA GTX 460 Hawk graphics card. It all started somewhere after driver version 295.51. I had the 296.10 WHQL and now im using version 301.10 with modded .inf, and it still appears.
I can play games without problem for hours, but when im surfing the internet watching videos on youtube it pops out and freezes everything. But after 2 or 3 seconds it dissapears i dont have to restart my computer.

Guys i think adobe flash player is causing the problem... It's some kind of incompatibility issue with the newest nvidia drivers or a bug and it triggers it while using youtube.
Though it appears very rare, maybe one time in two or three days top (it depends on how often im on youtube, i think), it is very annoying and im in concern if it will damage my hardware or something.
[/quote]

You sir are correct! If I had a cookie I'd give you one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> ....

Flash is the issue but someone has to start testing where the failure occurs and when the failure begins. So goto youtube, pick a vid, any vid and begin to play. Just for session based diagnostics here, right click on the video and turn off hardware acceleration. Note the difference throughout the rest of your session.

If this helps some people, great, if not, that's great also because it tells us where the problem is not. My guess at this point comes in the form of hardware acceleration. Since I do not have this issue myself, I cannot test on my end. But you guys can!
[quote name='x7ensis' date='25 March 2012 - 09:53 AM' timestamp='1332687226' post='1387687']

Same here but on an NVIDIA GTX 460 Hawk graphics card. It all started somewhere after driver version 295.51. I had the 296.10 WHQL and now im using version 301.10 with modded .inf, and it still appears.

I can play games without problem for hours, but when im surfing the internet watching videos on youtube it pops out and freezes everything. But after 2 or 3 seconds it dissapears i dont have to restart my computer.



Guys i think adobe flash player is causing the problem... It's some kind of incompatibility issue with the newest nvidia drivers or a bug and it triggers it while using youtube.

Though it appears very rare, maybe one time in two or three days top (it depends on how often im on youtube, i think), it is very annoying and im in concern if it will damage my hardware or something.





You sir are correct! If I had a cookie I'd give you one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> ....



Flash is the issue but someone has to start testing where the failure occurs and when the failure begins. So goto youtube, pick a vid, any vid and begin to play. Just for session based diagnostics here, right click on the video and turn off hardware acceleration. Note the difference throughout the rest of your session.



If this helps some people, great, if not, that's great also because it tells us where the problem is not. My guess at this point comes in the form of hardware acceleration. Since I do not have this issue myself, I cannot test on my end. But you guys can!

#15
Posted 03/26/2012 07:45 PM   
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