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Blurry graphics and image is shaky

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I had my desktop in 20 degree weather last night over night and today while it sat in the trunk of my vehicle. I booted up 10 minutes ago and am experiencing blur and a bit of shaking or flickering. I have a Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti Fermi. Please let me know what I should do thumb.gif
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Was it moist cold air or dry? Maybe condensation, let it sit for a little while before trying to turn it on again. I dont know much about this type of problem but its worth a shot
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post #3 of 5
I would put it a cool room almost whatever outside temp. Then bring the temps up slowly in the room.. Take the side panel off the case and use a fan to blow air inside the case. This will help evaporate any condensation. Let it warm up and dry out slowly for a couple of hours. See if that works for ya.
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I fixed the problem. Problem was I had changed my original resolution with the display settings rather then the nvidia display settings. It was set to 1080i instead of 1080p
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didnt know you could set 1080i lol
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