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Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I think your GPU is giving out. I've seen these issues in that scenario several times, and since you've tested on another machine and it works and you've gone through all the troubleshooting steps I would typically recommend, all I can think is that the GPU is throwing errors under extreme circumstances, so with easier 8-bit footage it doesn't show up, but when playing back 10-bit footage in an editing application, it's maxing out and causing these artifacts.
I'd recommend replacing the GPU (check if it's still under warranty), or transcode the footage to another format like ProRes that doesn't throw those errors for the meantime.
Best of luck!
Hey sorry for the late reply. I thought it was a GPU issue at first however since this post I've switched out the GPU with an older GTX750ti and the issue still presist.
That's interesting. Well, something has to be failing, and my guess would be hardware with those results but I could be wrong. Only way to totally rule out software would be to reinstall your OS from scratch, which you probably would like to avoid. If it's only with a certain codec then I would just transcode before using it.
I lean towards what JT was saying, that it looks like a classic GPU (usually driver) problem.
Did you run the Cleaner after you uninstalled and then reinstalled Adobe CC?
Be sure to run the Adobe Cleaner after you uninstall the programs and before you re-install them:
Also, reboot your computer between steps even if you are not asked to...