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So i just got a new gtx 670 and after installing it and getting all the drivers and crap set up, i went about my normal browsing and watching shows and stuff. Well i noticed on one video i was watching the video was laggy in full screen but ok in windowed, i though this was odd so i went about trying to find some info on what could cause this, but wasnt able to really find anything. So i gave up figured id screw with it later and then i went to youtube on a link a friend sent me and notice that when i full screened the video it was tearing pretty bad and was definitely noticeable. So i started up nvidia control panel and checked to see if i could change vsync or something, nothing worked.

so i found some people mentioning possible fixes for the issues non worked except for making a custom resolution in nvidia control panel and bumping the refresh rate to 66, 65 also worked , but even with the custom res and refresh rates the screen tearing is still there in youtube videos but not as bad as before but still noticeable with some videos. The plus side to the custom res and refresh rate is that is solved the laggy video i was seeing


so anyone have any idea on how to completely fix this screen tearing on youtube videos? Im coming from an amd 6950 and never had any of these issues( laggy video and screen tearing in videos) with that card. Im seriously at a lost on this issue.

Also its worth noting that im running 2 monitors with extended desktop and the issues with screen tearing and laggy video doesnt happen on my main monitor, just the secondary one which is the monitor i watch all my shows and stuff on. If anymore info is needed please feel free to ask and ill provide it.
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nothing huh? seems this is an issue not many face and if they do they have no idea how to fix it
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Have you done a full driver wipe before installing the new one?

Also, underclocking may help with the screen tearing. If the issue is fixed with underclocking, RMA because its not running at the stock clocks.
     
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Have you done a full driver wipe before installing the new one?
Also, underclocking may help with the screen tearing. If the issue is fixed with underclocking, RMA because its not running at the stock clocks.

thanks for the response

yes a full driver wipe was done and i have not tried to underclock the card, its just been running at whatever it comes from the factory as

ill look into underclocking it and see how it goes
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Samsung F3 1TB,Seagate 500gb 7200.10 Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Samsung EX2220 Logitech Illuminated 
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