Originally posted by HAVOC2k5
That looks like a driver issue to me. It also looks like he's running in (Med 16bit) instead of (High 32bit).
I doubt it. the bit resolution on the card shold not produce the artifacts. If the card's circuit face or agp pins were touched wihtout rubber gloves or some kind of static protection....ouch...it's a frisby. If it has been overclocked, the oc'ing needs to be backed off to eliminate the artifacts. I doubt it's drivers...looks like something pretty yucky like a now bad video card!! But anything is possible I suppose???
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