While testing out what my new graphics card could do today my screen turned to a nasty shade of brown, audio was playing, but I couldn't see a thing so I rebooted my computer. Upon starting it up I was greeted by something like this:
Windows won't even boot for me though. I've read baking is an option or should I just send it back to Amazon?
Is everything seated correctly? The card, power cable(s), and video cables?
If so I'd just return it or RMA it. No sense in baking a card and possibly completely ruining it unless it's out of warranty.
EDIT: Maybe try booting into a Linux distro off a flash drive? If it'll boot up into Linux that means something is wrong with Windows. If Linux doesn't work that means it's probably a hardware problem.
I did try Fedora, still got the white lines. Thankfully Amazon is great with RMA's. Thanks for your help.