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    Help me confirm problem. Second opinion needed.

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    It's either the video card or the mobo it's plugged into...Have you tried deleting the video card drivers and reinstalling...
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    Unfortunately, it doesn't really matter if it's the Geforce Go or the motherboard--the GPU is probably soldered onto the board. Perhaps the internals are clogged with dust. Have you tried operating yet?
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    Would a faulty power supply cause the same type of artifact?

    Perhaps check the power leads that go to the card looking for a poor or lose solder joint?

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