Originally Posted by smoobandit
When I tried it on the GTX980 that was at a friends house. Different power cord, different socket, different side of the city! Located in the UK, so it is 240v.
Switched DP cables as well, no change.
AH, I see. I presumed that you'd have asked a friend to bring over his PC tower instead of transporting this bulk of a monitor. Well, thanks for sharing that information.
Originally Posted by drfish
I'm in the process of uploading some videos of this. Neither of them are very good but without a better camera than my phone I don't have a lot of options for sharing more detail.
In the first video right between the 40-45 second mark is the best look at it. I know the image on the screen is supposed to be rippling water but trust me the lines you are seeing are not part of what should be rendering in game.
I won't try to point out any other scene specifically, I'd like to hear what people think on their own.
1st Video: https://youtu.be/WVSVRiROSmI
2nd Video: https://youtu.be/1H2e34HII1cEdit: LOL, my videos are so crappy that YouTube only processed them in 360p.
Here are the OneDrive links to the source files (download them for the best view):
I downloaded the videos. I could definitely see it on the video titled "WP_20151101_002.mp4' at exactly 0:58 and onwards when you start zooming in.
PS: Your Youtube Videos are now playing at 1080p.
Edit: Do you think this is caused by using G-sync in windowed mode? Perhaps enabling it only in fullscreen mode will not have this error?