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ATi 5770 CrossfireX Horizontal Scan Line

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Well, after literally spending hours of googling, flashing bioses, reseating cards, swapping cards, trying applications, testing for broken cards, and reinstalling drivers and application profiles, I still get the horizontal scan line artifact on all my games. Does anyone know a fix for this? This is getting so bad I'm about to just go and return this card, because it causes me to get a headache because of this. Also, when I do use Vsync, I get horrible input lag, and if I enable triple buffering on Vsync I still get input lag along with stutterin.
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What drivers are you using? Have you tried more than one driver?
     
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Don't use vsync at all.
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I'm using 10.6 with the 10.6 profiles. and yes, I've tried 10.3, 10.3b, 10.4, 10.4a, 10.5, and 10.6. And I have to use vsync otherwise I see horizontal scan lines on my monitor and it literally makes my head hurt.
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When using crossfire with any 5xxx series card I experience what I call "rippling" in TF2. Faint lines that move from top to bottom kind of like parellel sonar waves. The only solution was to enable V-Sync, which as you mentioned renders it unplayable due to the input lag. It seems to be a universal trait for crossfired 5xxx series cards for some (but not all) games if that's what you are referring to.
    
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When using crossfire with any 5xxx series card I experience what I call "rippling" in TF2. Faint lines that move from top to bottom kind of like parellel sonar waves. The only solution was to enable V-Sync, which as you mentioned renders it unplayable due to the input lag. It seems to be a universal trait for crossfired 5xxx series cards for some (but not all) games if that's what you are referring to.
EXACTLY what I'm talking about lol. it doesn't do this in Quake 4
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Somehow, I got this working. I plugged in a DVI cable and set my gamma to 2.2 on CS Source and TF2. No scan lines. Buuuut, it does it on Crysis, oh well.
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