Graphics Card: ASUS Radeon HD6950 DCII 2GD5. No overclocking.
AMD Catalyst Driver Version, and Driver History: Currently using 13.11 Beta, tested with 13.9 and either 13.7 or 13.6
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP 1. The only OS I've tested on.
I don't even know what to call this problem, but I'll label it as aliasing since it's kind of similar to aliasing, it actually might even be an aliasing problem. Everything was fine up until two days ago. At least I think it was. I might just be imagining this whole thing... But I don't think I am. I haven't played any games for 3 days, and two days ago I turned on the game Cities in Motion 2 and noticed this problem. All surfaces and stuff look like an old CRT display.. A lot of jagged edges as well. Like they're interlaced or something, it's really hard to describe, so I'll post two video examples.
I updated my drivers but that didn't help. I also thought the problem was only with that game but whatever game I've tried it's the same. Here's two videos:
Watch from 0:20. It's noticable everywhere, but here it's most noticable on the green building all the way to the left and the white building centre-right (watch in HD and full screen for the full effect)
At the beginning keep an eye on Mexico. Very noticable there, but also in the water (the moving dots that look like TV static), country borders and everywhere else really. I've looked through several videos on YouTube and everywhere I looked it's completely smooth. I've messed around with options (game and in the catalyst), I tested it on max and lowest graphics but it made no difference.
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H
Power Supply: XFX 650W XXX Edition
Display Device(s) and Connection(s) Used: Samsung SyncMaster S22B300, connected via DVI
Applications and Games: Games I've tried so far: Cities in Motion 2, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Europa Universalis IV, TESV: Skyrim. All newest versions/patches.
CPU Details: Intel i7-3770, 4 cores, 3.4 GHz. No overclocking.
Motherboard BIOS Version: ASUS BIOS 1072009 Ver: 04.06.05
System Memory Type & Amount: Corsair Dominator (2x4GB) 1600MHz
Additional Hardware: My HDD is an old Seagate, not sure of the exact model but it's at least 6-7 years old. I got 2 case fans, an LG DVD drive, no additional PCI devices.
Additional Details: I have done no additional tests.