I'm not really sure where to put this issue that i'm having so I apologize if this isn't the right sub-forum here.
Essentially I just got a new PC and I have noticed a visual interference problem when playing games. Lets use Skyrim as an example.
What is happening is, well its hard to explain so bear with me. It is most noticeable on dark scenes and it is not so noticable that it is a huge issue but definitely distracting.
What I am seeing is moving horizontal bands of light/dark. Basically it is like there are horizontal bands moving up and down my screen of different brightnesses. I only notice this in games, not showing up when just generally using the pc.
Their is no real discoloration, it is just brighter or darker, and it is strange because they don't show up in screenshots and they do not show up in the Skyrim menus.
Here is what i'm running:
i5 2500k overclocked a bit
Windows 7 64 bit
SLI 560 ti's
Nvidia beta drivers (latest but it happens with all drivers i've tried)
NOT using 3d vision, only 1 monitor, vga cable converted to DVI at the video card (but again, only showing up in 3d games, while in game, not in menus)
Has anyone seen this before? I wish I could show you an example but again, it doesnt show up in screens that I take.
what is the frequency your monitor is set to lcd work well at 60 hz,check setting between card an monitor if they use the same frequency
How do I check what frequency my cards use?
I have SLI - Nvidia 560 Ti's. The monitor is at 60hz.
I am currently experiencing the same problem too -Raven77.
I have a MSI GTX 560 TI. Cost me a lot of money, I sent it back to the manufacturer to see if there was any faults and they returned it with no faults either.
I'm certain its interference with something in my computer, I have swapped monitors, bought a new Motherboard, bought a new PSU basically bought everything new in my computer?