I checked with MSI Afterburner in-game, and both the CPU and GPU have normal temps. I had my GPU overclocked slightly, and I brought it back to stock. Only time will tell if the issue comes back.
Thanks for the reply. I've reinstalled the latest NVIDIA drivers and so far the issue hasn't been present, though it usually takes a while for the artifacting to appear.
Did you just pair a 1070 with a g4560?
it has been done...
I'm planning on playing games like Fallout 4 and Skyrim SE on reasonable settings, as well as older titles like Dying Light and War Thunder.
I was thinking about it, but I thought the Pentium and I3 perform very close to one another, and both have a great upgrade path.
I really want to keep it around the $500 mark.
That is one sexy build! +1
Great build, I personally would've gone with an Rx 470 or even a 1050 ti, but 950 is still a good choice.
Also... GASP! A blue PC with AMD in it!?!? ERROR
Seriously though, cool build! +1
Nice budget build, though you could've gotten the 1050 ti for cheaper. +1