I did try a single stick on its own in every slot. No change. I'll look for another gpu and give that a go.Just to clarify you did try a single stick on its own? And you have it running 2133mhz?
If so I would suspect the gpu. The video connectors on the motherboard won't work with ryzen.
Agreed with this 99.735%Artifacts like those green dots almost always point to faulty GPU vram.
So I ran Prime95 for 30 minutes and had no issues. I then ran Unigene Valley and received this error. Safe to say my GPU is at fault?Agreed with this 99.735%
If those dots are random, move a bit here and there, and appear and disappear it is very likely a GPU VRAM problem.
If you want to isolate the issue to CPU or GPU, run a CPU stress test like Prime95 or Aida64 and see if it crashes. If it does not, run a benchmark like Unigine Heaven or that new one (Superposition?) to stress the GPU and if it crashes, then bingo, it's the GPU.
Yeah. Prime95 is a CPU intensive stress test. Unigene is a GPU bound stress test.So I ran Prime95 for 30 minutes and had no issues. I then ran Unigene Valley and received this error. Safe to say my GPU is at fault?