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Hello all, I've joined OCN in hopes that someone can help me fix this odd problem. Recently my screen has been splitting in two randomly along with extreme amounts of noticeable pixels and what looks like tearing and blinking. I'm not sure if this matters, but this only started to occur after playing Fallout 1 (collectible disc version) and it isn't exactly optimized for Windows 7. I can't seem to find a solution and I'm not sure if this is a GPU issue which I don't think it is. I'm using a BenQ XL2420T 120hz monitor and the ultimate version of Windows 7 (64-bit).
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Hello all, I've joined OCN in hopes that someone can help me fix this odd problem. Recently my screen has been splitting in two randomly along with extreme amounts of noticeable pixels and what looks like tearing and blinking. I'm not sure if this matters, but this only started to occur after playing Fallout 1 (collectible disc version) and it isn't exactly optimized for Windows 7. I can't seem to find a solution and I'm not sure if this is a GPU issue which I don't think it is. I'm using a BenQ XL2420T 120hz monitor and the ultimate version of Windows 7 (64-bit).
Split Screen 1971k .JPG file
Blinking/Flickering 1555k .JPG file

I'll take a shot at the screen splitting part.
I can only help so much because I only have a Nvidia GPU, but in the Nvidia Control Panel go to Display -> Adjust Desktop Size and Position -> Click on the size tab on the right -> check the box and resize the screen to fit the monitor.

As for the flickering, make sure your drivers are up to date and there are no lingering older drivers.
     
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Intel i7 6700HQ Nvidia GTX 970m 8GB's Micron DDR4 2133 Samsung SM951 256GB m.2 SSD 
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Seagate 500GB SHDD Windows 10 Enterprise x64 Soundblaster X-Fi 5 
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Seagate 500GB SHDD Windows 10 Enterprise x64 Soundblaster X-Fi 5 
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