I think your VGA card is broken. Things like this can be caused by broken cable or the GPU but most likely by VGA RAM malfunctioning. Reset your motherboard's BIOS settings, install a different VGA driver (either earlier stable or new beta, just do a clean install with a different version). If the prolem still exists, I guess your GPU or it's RAM is broken. Try to ask for a replacement, or use it as a paper weight... 2011/7/15, Nikolay Pokhilchenko <nikolay_po@xxxxxxx>: > Adam, You've wrote: > > > > > > > ...Also, images with a solid color background show white dots in solid color > area. > If the white dots are on true solid background (when color picker in > Photoshop shows the same RGB numbers in any point of background, even on > white dots), it lkely can be a hardware glitch or mailfunction. Try to run > Your hardware at normal frequencies and voltages. Check the coolers and > heatsinks. > Did You check the display for bad/hot pixels?