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post #31 of 55
No tearing on Firefox, tearing on I.E. But the OP uses the application Steam, not I.E. so it's a different case.
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post #32 of 55
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Originally Posted by mekaw View Post
I have doubts.. it's not only steam that does it, it does it with msn msnger, and this page etc etc but, as mentioned above, I disabled and enabled sli and it got rid of it for now.
Are you using Firefox or Internet Explorer?

I only get this tearing (and in precisely the same way as you) with Internet Explorer.

Steam uses Internet Explorer, so that's why you're seeing it in Steam.

MSN is..... well, it's MSN. So, I guess it speaks for itself.

What else are you seeing this tearing with? I see it a tiny bit in Firefox, but only on the scrollbar and the window borders. But that's it. The only other anomalies I see when doing this with Firefox is all the flickering on Steam's page.
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post #33 of 55
I have just tried with Firefox and IE on Steam site and cannot reproduce the tearing.
post #34 of 55
Try disabling audio over HDMI in Nvidia control panel? Maybe it is the SLI bridge. Try another one.
post #35 of 55
I sincerely think that this is nothing to worry about. How is your performance in games?
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post #36 of 55
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well I used steam in that video, so actual steam application, not the IE or firefox and go to steam store page.

i pretty much see it on everything i can expand and shrink, so anything that's windowed, firefox(all pages), IE(all pages), msn, windows media player, other media players, my folder and all other folder you can open.
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post #37 of 55
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I sincerely think that this is nothing to worry about. How is your performance in games?
performance in games is fine, but i never play it with vsync on anyways so tearing i see in games I ignore.

maybe sooner or later, I'll switch over to intel and get proper sli mobo support.
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well I used steam in that video, so actual steam application, not the IE or firefox and go to steam store page.
It was technically Internet Explorer because Steam requires (and uses) IE.

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i pretty much see it on everything i can expand and shrink, so anything that's windowed, firefox(all pages), IE(all pages), msn, windows media player, other media players, my folder and all other folder you can open.
So when doing this with Firefox on Steam's website, you see the exact same tearing on their page in the same place?

As for MSN? It's MSN.

As for Windows Media Player? Yuck.

As for any folder in your system: that's basically Internet Explorer.
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post #39 of 55
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yeah.. it's pretty much top quarter of the monitor, so where you see tearing in the monitor is where it occurs at all times.
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post #40 of 55
Seriously: you worrying about this would be like me worrying about that flicker I described.

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yeah.. it's pretty much top quarter of the monitor, so where you see tearing in the monitor is where it occurs at all times.
That's because it's efreshing from top to bottom.
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