Quote: Originally Posted by Relived
is is connected to a VGA to DVI-D connector on the GPU.
And it does it when i boot the system too..
Please clarify. Do you mean that you can stop at the BIOS screen, for example, and you can recreate the problem? If yes, the following test is valid and conclusive:
Remove the straight DVI connection. Leave the VGA connected. Does the problem remain?
If yes, swap ports. Does the problem remain?
If Yes, replace the adapter or the VGA cable.
If both are replaced and the problems persists, you may have a faulty* card, power supply, or PCIe port. * Faulty to include out of spec.
Perform the above-listed actions and report back..