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Has anyone seen this before? Any idea on what could be causing it? I have been having problems with games stuttering and I was wondering if this weird desktop ghosting was related. The GPU is a GTX 460 hawk and it happens on all drivers.




Edited by Derp - 10/27/12 at 11:50pm
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How much of an OC do you have on the card?
    
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Has anyone seen this before? Any idea on what could be causing it? I have been having problems with games stuttering and I was wondering if this weird desktop ghosting was related. The GPU is a GTX 460 hawk and it happens on all drivers.EDIT: It seems OCN won't let me add the video here. The link works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5T8rNADgn0&feature=plcp

You just have to remove the "&feature=plcp" off the end.

And I'd say it has something to do with your overclock as well, if you have one. You can also try connecting your display by another means. For example, if it's using the DVI now, try VGA or HDMI, or DP.
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You just have to remove the "&feature=plcp" off the end.
And I'd say it has something to do with your overclock as well, if you have one. You can also try connecting your display by another means. For example, if it's using the DVI now, try VGA or HDMI, or DP.

Thanks. I have tried both HDMI and DVI but nothing changes. The card is stock, I have also tried removing the factory overclock but that didn't change anything either. The card passes 15 minutes of OCCT without any errors and is somewhat new (RMA'd this May).
Edited by Derp - 10/27/12 at 11:57pm
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Bump, was hoping someone has seen this happen and knew the solution.
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