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About DaoNayt

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    Ryzen 5 2600
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    Gigabyte B450M-DS3H
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    G.Skill Aegis 2x8GB 3000 MHz
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    Sapphire Radeon RX580 Pulse
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    Zalman S2
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    ADATA SX8200 256 GB + Toshiba P300 1TB
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  1. Bordelands games always had texture streaming. But not like this,yea... Have you tried temporal AA in BL3? It made DOOM look great for me. It is the only game that looks good on my system, and only when using TAA.
  2. My new computer was without the issue for the first two weeks. Then it suddenly appeared.
  3. Its difficult to see something here. Try this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVV4S8hWRgg
  4. Weird, it's the TSSAA that is the only one that works for me in DOOM.
  5. Changing DX versions in GTA V for example doesnt make a difference. You can't really uninstall DX because its an integral part of Windows. And it doesn't matter anyway, even a clean format and reinstall of Windows doesnt make a difference.
  6. Pretty much the same thing AMD support told me. If i hadn't had two weeks of perfect graphics on the new system, maybe I could even believe them.
  7. Even switching to DX9, where possible, doesnt help me. I think this might be a shader issue? Because older games, that dont seem to use shaders, look fine.
  8. I formatted my drive and reinstalled Windows, and it still did't help.
  9. I'm sure we are not the only people who reported this, but still nothing is being done.
  10. More info? Are you talking to the support staff at nvidia or engineering/software?
  11. I was also saving up for a while. Then I finally bought a new system and it worked flawlessly for two weeks. I was so impressed with the quality of AAA graphics on Ultra. And then it all turned ugly overnight. But beware, some people said their new systems had the issue from the start.
  12. Welcome Ihave been in contact with AMD for a while, to them this is all normal, especially in lower resolutions. I guess 1080p is considered low-res now and everyone who plays on 1080p is a poor person who doesn't deserve help.
  13. Each monitor contains data about its capabilities. It's called EDID - Extended Display Identification Data. Maybe if this data is misinterpreted for some reason, it can cause problems like these? But again, the problem would be in the GPU, because I tried connecting to my TV, and nothing changed. So that would indicate that the problem is in the computer, not the screen. We need an expert to tell us how all these different things - GPU BIOS, drivers, windows registry, EDID etc. - interact together to produce the image.
  14. I also do not notice this in old games. Half Life 2, for example, looks great.