Hi there, I bought an ASUS GeForce GTX 560 1GB six years ago, and it's been keeping me company for a long time without any issues. I'm on a Gigabyte Z77-D3H board with 24GB RAM (as one RAM slot is broken; the PC won't boot; but all other three work fine and PC boots fine; never bothered to RMA it). Three months ago, I received these white lines on the monitor on the line ... but a simple reboot fixed the issue. Today, I came from work to play my very intense modded Cities Skylines, as I normally would, and the card failed. So I started doing some good old googling to find out whether the GTX is fried, or whether it's a driver issue. The PC boots fine with the card, but the lines appear even prior to Windows. They appear in BIOS too: Here's what I did: Ran DDU. Uninstalled the drivers, I do not remember which version I had. Ran into safe mode, running DDU there too, multiple times. Opened the case, took the GTX out of the PCI slot, opened it up to give it a dust clean. Not much dust was there. I resealed it with new thermal paste, and put it back together. Ran sfc /scannow which returned some errors, but it cannot fixed them, referring me to a log. I can open the log, but I don't really know how to interpret it. During my multiple driver installs, I had the following results: 314.22 (as recommended by Reddit as a stable driver) worked only with 640x480 resolution. I was not able to change my resolution. But I get no white lines! 347.88, I cannot install. I get an error that it is incompatible. 359.06 (recommended on another forum) produces same results as 314.22 391.15 (latest WHQL) works only with resolutions lower than 1280x1024 (where my monitor can support up to 1920x1080) and produces the white lines effect. On some drivers, the card is disabled with Code 43. As a result, I took the card out of the computer, and I'm running the integrated card on the Gigabyte Z77-D3H board - which is far better for the timebeing than white lines and annoying, warped resolution. Here is also a shot from GPU-Z (which shows 0 MB Memory Size, does that mean anything?): But the question remains, is it time for a new graphics card, or is it a drivers issue? What could have caused it? Temperatures were never high, and the PSU was able to cope with the card for a long time. I have been mining bitcoins on it lately though so maybe that was why? I presume it's also way beyond warranty period, so there's no option of RMA (unless I'm wrong).