Has my CPU become degraded?

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I have a good monitor which I checked with my new one but I think the CPU is some where degraded I have no GPU with a 220 smps and h61m-s motherboard with i5 and 8GB RAM. Help me to solve out and one more thing: When my PC starts, it gets heavy flickering which is comparatively less when its comes to Windows working screen but still very less flickering can be seen.

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I dont think its due to soft ware

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Sometimes you can fix the flickering by adjusting the refresh rate so it’s compatible with your resolution. Check your display properties. Sometimes you may get interference from other electrical and light sources. Depending on what you are trying to run, your CPU and RAM seem adequate for most applications. They are about the same as my gaming laptop but that has a dedicated GPU and I have nor CPU issues.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    You thought, but not sure. When the question of doubts come, and while it is new one, hope this is under warranty. Have you contacted the vendor or their representative? However some kind of monitor settings are required. You can check the user guide/manual.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    The refresh rates of your monitor can solve this issue, that you can set for your monitor. Without touching the monitor parts, you can try this, Click Start > Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display. From here click on Change Display Settings. Then click on Advanced Settings at the bottom right of the window. Now click Monitor tab and there is a few things. Notice the setting labeled Screen Refresh Rate. This is the current refresh rate for this monitor. Click the drop down menu and Windows will display all of the refresh rates possible for your monitor. Select which is suitable for your monitor (generally low refresh rate is recommended). Now close following the necessary buttons. Keep in mind that, a common refresh rate for gaming monitors is 144 Hertz.
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  • bhannah
    There is another way to get to the Display Adapter settings because in Win 10 it may not display the other way. Right mouse click anywhere on the desktop. This will bring up a pull down menu. Click on the option display settings. This will bring up the display settings for the adapter. Bottom center it should say display adapter settings. Left click on this. This will bring up the actual adapter that your system uses. You then will get a number of options across the top of this display. Choose the monitor option. Under the monitor display it will allow you to change the refresh rate. If your system has not properly detected the monitor and the settings are for a Generic Monitor then you can also have it changed to reflect the monitor that you actually have.because that also will reflect on how it uses the refresh rate. The screen refresh settings are in the center of this box. It may also have check box with a check in to hide refresh modes that your monitor cannot display.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    Is it your office or for personal use that you did not mention. If it is your office then it is easy to test. Connect/attach this monitor to another PC/ Desktop with proper port and start the PC then check if that happens again.

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