Question graphic problem

Apr 23, 2019
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Hello,i bought pc 2 months ago and i have a problem.The problem is that my anti aliasing is so bad,i tried everything in amd settings,drivers are up to date and my in games settings are on max for anti aliasing, anti aliasing is still not good , but thats not a biggest problem,i thought its just in games but when i was watching one video on youtube ,lines were moving and wall had some weird pixels or colors or whatever.My graphic card is connected with monitor with dvi cable.

My specs are:

amd rx 560 4 gb

amd ryzen 3 2200g 3.5 ghz

8gb ram (2x4) 2666mhz

windows 10,64 bit

monitor is Benq gw2270 22 inches.

This is example:

View: https://youtu.be/unIjTemFDdc


I thought that problem is just in games but now i see that problem isnt just in them.
example:
View: https://youtu.be/gLevR4CnPlk
I maybe found whats problem,when i turned off my dvi-d cable i saw that one pin is pushed under the rest,is that maybe the problem ?
 
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what rez you playing at? if your playing at 720p and your monitor is upscaling to 1080p you will get janky AA as that gets upscaled by the monitor as well.
if not then i would suggest you reset you nvida panel back to its defaults and remove the game profile its using.
 
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what rez you playing at? if your playing at 720p and your monitor is upscaling to 1080p you will get janky AA as that gets upscaled by the monitor as well.
if not then i would suggest you reset you nvida panel back to its defaults and remove the game profile its using.
im using amd rx 560 4 gb so i have amd panel and im playing in 1080p but problem isnt just in games,check this
View: https://youtu.be/gLevR4CnPlk
 
my bad. about the panel (change nvidia to amd.)

as for the strobing yeah thats not good. its either the colour range of the screen isnt great and is compensating with dithering.

or your getting interference in the cable(bad shielding, try another cable).
what rez are you running the screen on your desktop?

what screen is it?
 
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my bad. about the panel (change nvidia to amd.)

as for the strobing yeah thats not good. its either the colour range of the screen isnt great and is compensating with dithering.

or your getting interference in the cable(bad shielding, try another cable).
what rez are you running the screen on your desktop?

what screen is it?
im using normal 1920x1080 .
 

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