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Video problems

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May 7, 2011 12:58:05 PM

Hi,

I'm having quite an issue here. When watching videos on the iGPU the picture is fine but the movements are in blocks when in full screen. Juste a little annoying for a brand new system. I bought a discrete GPU, I have the exact same problem. I swap that card with a friend, my card works fine in his system, his card is worst in mine. I went out and buy a brand new and more powerful power supply... same problem.

Both cards work on other system after tests. The onboard is a Geforce 6150se nforce 430. The first discrete I bought was a GT220 and the other one is a Radeon HD 3650. Both with 512mb DDR2.

The problem is with both Windows XP and Ubuntu 11.04, 10.10.

The last thing I want to do is send back the motherboard for RMA. I'm in the east and have to ship it back to the west. Is there perhaps BIOS settings I should check?


AMD Athlon II x2 255 3.1ghz (new)
1x 4GB DDR3 (new)
Zotac GF6100-F-E motherboard (brand new)
Acer OEM Radeon HD 3650 (used)
Zotac nVidia GT220 512MB ZT-20205-10L (brand new)
Seagate 1TB (new)
Resolution at 1920x1080

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May 7, 2011 2:12:41 PM

In my BIOS:

Under PCI Express Configutation:

Relaxed Ordering: Auto
Max Payload size: Auto
Extended Tag Field: Auto
No Snoop: Auto
Maximum Read Request Size: Auto
Active State Power Management: Enable
Extended Synch: Auto

Under Southbridge:

LPC P2PDOWN P2PUP: + +/- +/-
CPU/LDT Spread Spectrum 0.5% Hershey Kiss
PCI Spread Spectrum: Enable
SATA Spread Spectrum: Enable
MCP PCI-Express Frequency, MHZ: 100
Primary Graphic Adaptor: PCI Express .. PCI
Onboard and PCIe VGA selection: Disable Onchip VGA
iGPU frame buffer detect: Auto
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