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What CPU do you have? And forget Quadro that just is the party line that nVidia and Adobe have agreed to for Premiere Pro. Your GTX 1080 is a great card maybe some of those glitches are power supply related. What power supply rating do you have and fhe make and model? Are the artifacts identical in two identical outputs or is it a random happening?
Thank you so much Bill.
My power supply is a "NZXT - HALE82 V2 700W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply." You can actually see the whole build here: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/GDRVD8
The glitches appear to be random yet consistent. Meaning when I'm not scrubbing, they'll show up in four-dot formations. But when I am scrubbing, they turn to two vertical dots that look like they're streaking down the frame.
In answer to your question, yes, if I render the same sequence twice in a row, the glitches appear in different spots. Not consistent at all.
If you exhaust all other solutions, I would get yourself a good gold rated power supply. That unit does not have great reviews
Thanks. How can I check that that is the issue? I'm really a Mac guy so all this component/drivers trickery is kind of foreign to me. I've been doing a lot of Googling and haven't quite understood the issue. Meaning, do you think the PSU is failing? Or is it not strong enough? Thanks a lot for your help.
The big power hungry GTX 1080 when actually used may cause transients on the power bus thus causing the problem. We always suggest Gold rated power supplies.for new builds. If you are not hardware oriented you probably will have to take it to a PC seller/service center. I assume you did not build it yourself. The instrumentation required to diagnose this is actually happening is extremely expensive and I doubt in any PC dealers even have such capability. Most dealers would just try a new better power supply.