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There is an almost impossible possibility this sequence of events could happen with the substituted card right. I have a better monitor now its 2 years old. So no more ten year old monitor.The replacement Asus 1070 GTX Turbo card is arriving tomorrow and I can change the 770 GTX out which is a shame since they replaced the PSU,Card and Motherboard. So the 770 GTX card is new. I know no one can give me an assurance and I'm aware of that but the chances a video card can blow up my monitor again is practically zero right after all these changes to my computer. I'm just so afraid now and I know it is such a ridiculous fear but I simply cannot go back to the tech and ask them again to come fix my PC again if this goes wrong. They will think I'm scamming them.
"Be water my friend" - Bruce Lee
It is still happening so I am trying different drivers. It seems to only happen if it is a cold boot that is after hours of it being powered down. How much damage can double boot without posting cause. If it happens once a day could I ignore it ?