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User Info: RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R

RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R
4 years ago#1
so I notice the games I play fallout new vegas, fallout 3, & skyrim have been screen tearing
what is going on?:(

User Info: Steamster

Steamster
4 years ago#2
S*** happens. Turn on v-sync.

User Info: SpazH3d

SpazH3d
4 years ago#3
Your monitor is dying. Buy a new one. Or do what the above person said.
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User Info: TheFeshPince

TheFeshPince
4 years ago#4
Dragon0198325901834705978135 said this yesterday. That's weird. I haven't noticed any tearing.

What video drivers are you using?
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User Info: SleepComa

SleepComa
4 years ago#5
RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R posted...
so I notice the games I play fallout new vegas, fallout 3, & skyrim have been screen tearing
what is going on?:(


Are you on an AMD card? Did you install the latest beta drivers?

I might have the same problem if you answered yes to the above.
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User Info: RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R

RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R
4 years ago#6
yes I'm using amd
I believe I have the latest drivers

but as I continued testing, I have this program razer game booster I disabled that & the screen tearing has stopped I think

User Info: TheFeshPince

TheFeshPince
4 years ago#7
RKOL3G3NDK1LL3R posted...
yes I'm using amd
I believe I have the latest drivers

but as I continued testing, I have this program razer game booster I disabled that & the screen tearing has stopped I think


uhhh... never heard of that, but I'm glad you fixed it.
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User Info: Vindication123

Vindication123
4 years ago#8
Well, you could make sure you screen refresh rate is at 60hz for starters. And, you could use multiple buffering. V-Sync will just cause input issues.

Repeating frames can help deal with this....
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