What are the symptoms of a faulty graphics card?

Symptoms of a faulty graphics card can include:

1. Distorted images or strange colors on the screen.

2. Blank or black screen.

3. Random crashing or freezing of the computer.

4. Artifacts (strange lines or shapes appearing on the screen).

5. Unable to boot into Windows or unable to boot into Safe Mode.

6. Unusual noises coming from the graphics card.

7. Overheating of the graphics card or other hardware components.

8. Low frame rate or stuttering during 3D gaming.

9. Graphics card fan not spinning properly or at all.

10. Poor performance in 3D applications or games.

11. Corrupted graphics driver causing conflicts with hardware.

12. Problems running software or applications that require intense 3D graphics.

13. Issues when using multiple monitors or using a projector.

14. Poor image quality or sluggish response time when manipulating images.

15. Display driver crashes resulting in blue screens or memory dump errors.

16. Unstable cursor movements or pointer jumping around the screen.

17. No video output at all or video output not working correctly.

18. Gradual system performance degradation over time.

19. Memory or video RAM errors.

20. Monitor displaying “no signal” message or staying blank after booting.

21. Video card BIOS errors.

Depending on the cause of the issue, there are a variety of symptoms that may result from a faulty graphics card. Some of the most common ones are listed above. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to diagnose the problem and take steps to rectify the issue. It is also important to remember that most graphics cards will eventually fail and will need to be replaced. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, a faulty graphics card may be the cause and should be investigated further.