Originally Posted by darilon
It could be any of the following causes in my experience:
- memory (try memtest86). Even corsair some times is bad or had bad handling (not saying it was your handling, of course).
- CPU (also try memtest86 - if it gives different errors each run, could be CPU. Could also be the motherboard but....)
Heat issues can definitely cause these symptoms, but most systems these days have warning systems. Still worth checking any temp readings you have access to. These are always the most frustrating problems to troubleshoot. The advantage that any reseller has over an individual in troubleshooting this kind of problem is an abundance of parts to swap out while troubleshooting the problem. Lacking the ability to swap parts, your troubleshooting options are a bit limited. Good luck and keep us posted.
Caveat: I've never worked on a laptop - just hundreds of desktops.
thatyou for the suggestions, but if you look i tried everything you suggested but more :P
but anyway the new unit is here an it was the mobo!
i will post later with a more offical statement after testing it a bit more, but first things i noticed was screen rate problem is fixed, 150avg fps in UT04, and the new unit they sent me has a much cleaner screen, much less grain to it (although it is sitll there) it is much more of what i expected in the first place and im loving this screen so far.....so maybe they just are a lot of defective screens out there and thats why some people are unhappy with them.