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Video sometimes goes fuzzy?

Hey guys, I seem to be having a strange issue with my system that I can't seem to figure out.

Currently, I have an RX 580 hooked up through HDMI to my TV. Default settings with Radeon Adrenalin.

The issue I am having is that every so often, whether I am watching a movie, show, or playing a game, the entire picture will go fuzzy. This happens for maybe half a second and then goes back to clear and sharp. To try and better describe it, it looks like the image loses focus for a second. Then returns.

I've tried looking at all the settings on the TV as well as through AMD. I can't seem to find anything that fixes this.
I've tried different HDMI cables with no change.
I've tried different HDMI ports on the TV as well. Same, no effect.

Anybody have any insight? Anyone ever had something similar happen?

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