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If you have tried everything and it seems to only happen on the 580 then its probably a faulty GPU.
I would RMA the 580 and see if that fixes it.
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Check Nvidia control Panel, and either Force V-Sync through it, (Or if its already forced) Change it to "Application" controlled.
   
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Have you tried to update the display driver?


You mean the driver for the monitors? There fairly recent. And there is nothing wrong with the monitors as there is no tearing when i play it from a laptop and another computer.
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If you have tried everything and it seems to only happen on the 580 then its probably a faulty GPU.
I would RMA the 580 and see if that fixes it.

Actually, before getting this card, i was using the 1.5GB version from the same manufacteror. I tried it on a 22" lcd monitor and noticed some tearing although i played games on it and not videos. I thought perhaps it was the monitor's fault but now, i think that this defect is due to the production of the cards from the manufacturer and not this particular model itself.
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Have you tried to update the display driver?


You mean the driver for the monitors? There fairly recent. And there is nothing wrong with the monitors as there is no tearing when i play it from a laptop and another computer.
 

 

Well, that's on your laptop! Monitors drivers are installed on the system where the graphics card plugged to.

 

You have tried everything and updating the monitor drivers should stop you. Oh well, good lucks.

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Screen tearing occurs when you get more fps than your monitor can display. Thus 60Hz is the refresh rate of your monitor, use fraps and ensure that you are getting over 60FPS in direct3D programs that way we can be definitive it is screen tearing. Next, try running onboard video by disabling your video card in the device manager (dont forget to connect monitor to onboard plug, this is if your mobo has onboard video of course). This way we can understand if it is an issue with the video card, or maybe the monitor itself.
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Well, that's on your laptop! Monitors drivers are installed on the system where the graphics card plugged to.

 

You have tried everything and updating the monitor drivers should stop you. Oh well, good lucks.


The monitors showed tearing on my computer when i first installed it. Then i installed the display driver for the monitors and still the same thing. On my laptop, i did not install any drivers and there isn't any tearing. The issue is with my graphic card if you read my post earlier as the tearing developed on another monitor that i've used. A 22" and a 15".
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Screen tearing occurs when you get more fps than your monitor can display. Thus 60Hz is the refresh rate of your monitor, use fraps and ensure that you are getting over 60FPS in direct3D programs that way we can be definitive it is screen tearing. Next, try running onboard video by disabling your video card in the device manager (dont forget to connect monitor to onboard plug, this is if your mobo has onboard video of course). This way we can understand if it is an issue with the video card, or maybe the monitor itself.

There is no vga output for onboard graphics. Just HDMI. However, the U2412M doesn't have a hdmi input. I would have to get some sort of adapter.

What I've noticed is that when i play saint's row 3, and i enable vsync, the tearing goes away. However, with videos, for example, youtube, the tearing is there although i've forced vsync (Nvidia Control Panel-> Global settings).
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Download FRAPs and fullscreen your videos, ensure that its tearing. FRAPS runs on youtube. Maybe you can disable hardware acceleration the flash videos.
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Download FRAPs and fullscreen your videos, ensure that its tearing. FRAPS runs on youtube. Maybe you can disable hardware acceleration the flash videos.

Movies are playing at their native 24fps. Tried disabling hardware acceleration for youtube videos but the tearing still occurs.
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