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LCD strange "waves" of whiteness.

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I got a strange issue since of late.

In ANY game when i look up and down in a dark area or at night, i get these strange "waves" of whiteness. It looks a bit like when an LCD starts bleeding. Except when the image is still it's true black. For example the Skyrim loading screens backgrounds are true black.

Anyways, i tried to record it with my camera but it doesn't really pick it up. So i edited a screenshot out of Skyrim. I made it worse than it is, but it's roughly how it looks when moving up and down looking into dark areas.



My monitor is a EIZO FlexScan S2231W, connected with a DVI-D Single Link cable. (It's an oldy i know)

I only started noticing it a couple of weeks ago. And as i said, a black image is true black, so there isn't any bleeding.

Anyone experienced this or know about it?
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So far i tried:

- Drivers.
- Other cable (was also DVI-D Single Link).
- Other monitor.
- GTX 285 from other PC.

It's still happening. Now it could still be the cable since it's the same one, i would have to buy one to try it. I will get a hold of a DVI-I Dual Link, see if that matters.

If not then it could be motherboard perhaps? Doesn't matter then since i'm going to upgrade to Haswell.
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Crucial M4 256GB Western Digital 1TB 2,5" Noctua NH-U14S Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit 
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