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Well things like artifacts in games stuff like that. Here is a few pics.
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A video card being underpowered is indeed a possibility which could be causing these artifacs, the PSU I recommended earlier is likely your only option.
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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817153023
How does that look? It was recommended on Dell forums. Id hate to spend too much if it ended up not being the problem and I had to get a new card too.
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That PSU doesn't have sufficient amps to run the card. You need to get a specialized PSU to fit into your case.
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