Sry for bad english, i hope this is understandable.
My old 6750 died and i got new 7770 as a replacement.
At first everything seemed to be working fine, until i started to play some games. I noticed that there are screen waves all over monitor, not very noticable on bright areas only in dark areas. (like an old movie)
I did some research, and i think there is something wrong in the catalyst software for vga displays.
When i turn vsync on, problem goes away. So my guess is that ingame fps has something to do with it.
For exapmple in Far Cry 3, i have vsync enabled, and the problem only occurs at loading screen, after entering the menu problem is fixed (my guess is that vsync gets enabled later).
And very insteresting detail: higher fps ingame = more waves on screen.
This is a issue for me becouse i play some games (cod2, cs go) where i need higher fps, and these waves are very annoying.
Rest of pc:
Amd Fx 6300
Asrock 970 Extreme 3 (latest bios installed)
Win 7 Sp1 32 bit ( latest updates installed)
I like amd graphics cards, and all other amd products and i hope if issues persist that it will get fixed.
Any suggestions are welcome, except for changing vga to dvi (i have cheap monitor atm)
05:20 AM by