When I do something (scroll web browser, play games or watch videos), this problem shows up. It's something like interlace, but no one have problem like this. It's looks like a part of screen aren't moving, but the lowest part of screen are moving, and it's makes something that I hate very much . It's cutts the screen in half.
part of screen aren't moving, but the lowest part of screen are moving
I begging you, help me !
P.S. I submited this post here, because this is Display forum.
You don't understand, I changed every part of my PC, I even have a new PC !
graphic card: Asus (amd)Radeon 7750 900 MHz, 1 GB
cpu: amd fx-6100
And msi motherboard.
P.S. This problem is only with low quality (flash games or else games with not so high visual effects) and when I'm moving (or picture is moving).
How I sayed, I submited this post here, because of titles monitor, so I have monitor. I have changed my monitor (now I have 1080p Dell). How I sayed befor:
I have this problem with video and games, but with high effect games everything is fine. Maybe onboard graphic card could be diferenter, but I think, it have not enought strenght for some games…
Maybe this could be helpfull... http://youtu.be/bpH_P-D_nXM?t=9m50s
this is the thing about what I'm tallking.
Watch in the fullscreen and with 1080p, to se if you don't se that, and look in the window.
What do you mean, you don't see nothing ? If it is my problem, then I wod see all video in this, but I see it only in the frame. The screen refresh, or how it's called… you don't see thos lines streching frames by parts (like you watch a part of it strue a window).
I haven't seted up GPU boost and I don't wont… even if my card is running with 18C', I don't wona burn it down or kill the script.
You can see this, in the video !!! Look cerfulli !
I notice very minor lag due to screen tearing from the lack of them using vsync. Is that what I was supposed to see?
Also I wasn't talking about GPU boost I was talking about using GPU acceleration, It takes some of the load from flash things and allows your GPU to help out. It might be either not enabled or causing some trouble so either try turning it on or off depending on which settings its currently on.
Oh and GPU boost won't burn your card, there are safety features in place to stop that.
Ahhhh, well I would try forcing Vsync to see if that helps, it might. Though videos are usually forced to a set framerate... well regardless try it and see. I think its in catalyst and under 3d settings or something similar.
My monitor have VGA input, but it don't support it. I'm using DVI. I don't have HDMI, but I don't think, that this will change something…
My father got PC With SONY TV connected to it. I'm not sure, that there is differences…
Siriosly, I'm only that hates this thing ?
Sorry for my bad english…
1. What's in RadeonPro are differenter, then in a standart amd radeon control panel ?
2. The problem is gone so far, but some time the game frezzes (stops, the fps is criticaly low).