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BF3 screen tearing with OC 560ti

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Hey all, so as the title says my battlefield 3 gets screen tearing when I overclock my 560ti to 1000 mhz, however when I go to stock settings I get less intense but similar tearing, here comes the weird part when I OC to 970mhz I get minimal screen tearing. Why does it do this only on BF3 I ran tests on Crysis on max settings and I got no screen tearing or artifacts but I get them on battlefield, just wondering what exactly is going on?

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post #2 of 8
Your memory overclocked too?

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Yes its 2290
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well I just set my game setting to the lowest and I still get artifacts and screen tearing, I think I will reinstall the game and check for more driver updates
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This may sound obvious, but have you enabled v-sync? It would make sense that tearing would increase with an overclocked card because it's producing frames even further passed youre (60mhz?) refresh rate. Enabled v-sync and report back. It may introduce some input lag but to me it beats out horrible tearing.
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Originally Posted by Keegor View Post

Screen tearing when I overclock my 560ti to 1000 mhz, however when I go to stock settings I get less intense but similar tearing, here comes the weird part when I OC to 970mhz I get minimal screen tearing.

Just a theory but it sounds like 1000mhz is too high of a clock for your gpu. Of course at factory clocks it will run more stably even if it doesn't have as much "kick."

It seems like 970mhz might be your max overclock?
Edited by Outlawed - 8/14/12 at 5:41pm
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I play with vsync on, and I did a burn test at 1000mhz but I just lowered it down to 990mhz, and I lowered the memory clock a bit, I'll keep experimenting, but I am reinstalling it because I noticed that the artifacts and tearing tend to be more intense for some maps than others.

But I think a lighter overclock is definitely more stable and will turn it down, I was just trying to have some fun.
Edited by Keegor - 8/14/12 at 8:22pm
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Aww man, I gotta apologize I made a mistake, I actually forgot what model my GPU was and I checked it and i'm more than positive that it is superclocked, so it's at its best setting, my apology.

issue solved
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