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Weird jitter issue: X600 PRO

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Pupkin, Jul 24, 2006.

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    Pupkin Guest


    I have a Gigabyte X600PRO that's nearly a year old. Recently in some
    applications it's started doing this little jitter, almost like the
    screen undergoes a minor seizure. Sometimes its can be triggered by a
    mouseover event.

    It's not the monitor, because I screen cap it (here:
    http://www.wirecreative.com/files/images/jitter.jpg -- it goes back and
    forth between this and normal view very quickly), and it's not
    restricted to just one application, although a particular skin in Media
    Center really drives it crazy.

    Just this weekend, the video performance in general really slowed down
    to the point where scrolling down web pages was notably clunky. Is my
    card dying? Has anyone else dealt with anything like this?

    Pupkin, Jul 24, 2006
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    Ted F Guest

    The video card may not be sitting right in the PC slot, or try removing the
    card. wait for about 2 minutes. Then reinstall the card, this is done to
    reset the card. Driver software may also be damaged, try uninstalling the
    drivers and reinstall fresh.

    Ted F, Jul 24, 2006
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    bravewave Guest

    I have the same problem with the same video card
    did you manage to solve it

    bravewave, Aug 13, 2006
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    Pupkin Guest

    Sent it back under warranty for RMA. Meanwhile I bought a new card and
    it works perfectly.
    Pupkin, Aug 13, 2006
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