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Yeah if it says you're on 16.3.2 you might try 16.1.1 possibly. Usually the newest drivers offer the updates/bug fixes for newer games and such but sometimes they don't all work out for everyone from an error free perspective.

Well ran Witcher for a bit on max, no crashes or graphical errors there...so only this other game seems to have the glitches, however older video card did not have em, you could be rigth about this particular game not being compatible with current drivers, but if I roll back other games will be affected?
post #32 of 42
That's true for the most part, it could affect others. What's the certain game that was affected?
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Notice his gpu core load voltage

I dont think that voltage is stock.

i may be completely wrong though.

need some owners to verify.
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That's true for the most part, it could affect others. What's the certain game that was affected?

Its called Incredible Adventures of Van Hellsing, I havent tested too many other games, Witcher 1 works so far on high, but there is this transparent line that goes up and down the screen, the game is playable but that refresh rate looking thing is scaring me 0_0
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Its called Incredible Adventures of Van Hellsing, I havent tested too many other games, Witcher 1 works so far on high, but there is this transparent line that goes up and down the screen, the game is playable but that refresh rate looking thing is scaring me 0_0

Do you have V-sync enabled? How about buffering(maybe triple buffering)? That sounds like screen tearing, which could be graphical settings or a driver issue possibly. But I'd look into the in game settings and try some different ones and see if it changes at all.

Edit - I looked on a steam forum that said others were also experiencing some choppiness and screen tearing. One of the mods it looks like was updated a patch for it to try and fix it. I'd see if they have a patch that could help out. Maybe try a few other games too since if they all work fine I would probably isolate it as a single game issue. smile.gif
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Notice his gpu core load voltage

I dont think that voltage is stock.

i may be completely wrong though.

need some owners to verify.

Sorry for the dbl post but I looked at that screen and dug around a bit earlier and saw this at Anandtech's review of the cards. Now it may be the ghz edition but I'm assuming that falls in line with being normal then?
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Do you have V-sync enabled? How about buffering(maybe triple buffering)? That sounds like screen tearing, which could be graphical settings or a driver issue possibly. But I'd look into the in game settings and try some different ones and see if it changes at all.

Correction: The line does not go up and down, rather its rigth where my cursor is, since I was walking it made it seem like it was moving up and down. Game does not have option for V-Synch or buffering, just something called anti-aliasing which is set to max...however considering the other game is also giving me problems, it is most likely a driver problem. But not sure how to proceed now since I have the latest ones installed, and like you said if I roll-back it may fix one game but screw up other ones.....my driver version is 16.7.2 btw incase someone has seen even newer ones, had to manually download from site, as the autodetect software was giving me wrong info and saying older drivers were latest ones.
post #38 of 42
I would try rolling back honestly. I know it's a severe PITA but unless you plan on playing the newest games (which should still work even if you don't have the newest driver version, just might not be optimized as well) you might have better luck with older drivers. If it continues with all drivers the card may have issues that could be in line for an RMA. But if the person who gave you the card had no such issues with it (and you know them fairly well) I'd ask them what driver they were running in the system they had it in. It'd be worth a shot if it was an older driver that had no issues for that individual.
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Sorry for the dbl post but I looked at that screen and dug around a bit earlier and saw this at Anandtech's review of the cards. Now it may be the ghz edition but I'm assuming that falls in line with being normal then?

Yes it does

Excellent research

could be just a used dying card
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Yes it does

Excellent research

could be just a used dying card

If previous driver versions give the same result as has been happening I think that is a distinct possibility unfortunately...
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