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R9 280x shaking screen problem???

ok so my recently bought r9 shakes my screen
my psu should be enough to handle it:sirtech power element 2 bronze which is certified 80 bronze.

this is what happens:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5_MOvlFGbo&feature=youtu.be

also the desktop does this
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  1. why does nobody nother to help me...
  2. Liu Edward said:
    why does nobody nother to help me...

    you plugged in your monitor using the HDMI connector?
    i would suggest trying to connect the monitor to the display via a different port on the card if possible to see what happens...
  3. paitjsu sadff said:
    Liu Edward said:
    why does nobody nother to help me...

    you plugged in your monitor using the HDMI connector?
    i would suggest trying to connect the monitor to the display via a different port on the card if possible to see what happens...


    i tested the video card in battlefield 4 and it doesnt shake thats weird
  4. Liu Edward said:
    paitjsu sadff said:
    Liu Edward said:
    why does nobody nother to help me...

    you plugged in your monitor using the HDMI connector?
    i would suggest trying to connect the monitor to the display via a different port on the card if possible to see what happens...


    i tested the video card in battlefield 4 and it doesnt shake thats weird


    so you suggest it's only happening in windows? won't happen in 3d rendering applications?
  5. paitjsu sadff said:
    Liu Edward said:
    paitjsu sadff said:
    Liu Edward said:
    why does nobody nother to help me...

    you plugged in your monitor using the HDMI connector?
    i would suggest trying to connect the monitor to the display via a different port on the card if possible to see what happens...


    i tested the video card in battlefield 4 and it doesnt shake thats weird


    so you suggest it's only happening in windows? won't happen in 3d rendering applications?



    i dont really know it happened in cs:global offensive but in bf4 it didnt....but at the desktop it does...like in the video but less often
  6. Best answer
    Use driver sweeper to remove all of your video card drivers, then reboot and install the latest drivers again. If it's still happening you might have to RMA.
  7. Kekoh said:
    Use driver sweeper to remove all of your video card drivers, then reboot and install the latest drivers again. If it's still happening you might have to RMA.


    ok thanks:D i hope i wont need to RMA
  8. Liu Edward said:
    Kekoh said:
    Use driver sweeper to remove all of your video card drivers, then reboot and install the latest drivers again. If it's still happening you might have to RMA.


    ok thanks:D i hope i wont need to RMA


    Did you have to RMA or did it fix your problem?
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