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Wormegg

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  1. This is exactly my point! At 60+ fps all the time, it should look smooth without V-sync or tripple buffering, motion blur, or any other setting. That is why it is a problem that I am trying very hard to fix.
  2. That's really supprising to me because EVERY pc I have seen other than mine looks smooth as butter at 60+ without V-sync. Even with mine it is not normal, I can still see some of the porblem, and I have around 0.5s of input lag. Thanks though
  3. Not stupid at all! I tried it myself Hahaha! But no, it hasn't worked Thanks though
  4. This was an issue with my parts I replaced with these as well. I upgraded to this stuff one at a time to try to fix it incase a component was causeing it. It happened with my old GTX560Ti as well. The only component left form the original computer is my psu. I don't want to buy a new one untill I am sure it will fix it as I have spend a lot of money, and it is still not fixed.
  5. this is not the case. When I look at other people's pc they are very smooth without V-sync, mine is not. My computer used to look smooth too. It is no a placebo as people can notice it when they look at mine. Thanks though
  6. Almost, not the PSU. Everything else though.
  7. Oh yeah, and it affects every game. The only time I can see smooth again is if I watch a 60fps stream or youtube video.
  8. Here you go! Thanks for taking an interest http://pcpartpicker.com/p/vJdtqs
  9. The problem is this: No matter what FPS I am getting in a game, it will not have that silky smooth look as it should, instead it appears slightly jittery. When I first built my computer it was fine, however, at random it started. Over time I have tried to replace parts of my PC in order to fix it, hoping to find the one causing the issue. So far I have replaced: GPU CPU Motherboard CPU Cooler HDD Case Monitor Current specs: i5 4690k Corsair H60 Cooler Asus HD7970 Asus Z97-A WD Caviar Blue 1TB Define R5 Case Corsair CX600 None of these have fixed the problem, and all that is left
  10. No, I just it could be a Motherboard or PSU problem, or even RAM.
  11. I don't mean to sound rude, but have you read the other comments? I have reinstlled windows and purchased a new Hard drive, it is not a background application. And even if It was, I would have bad fps which I do not have.
  12. I am not going to install my Nvidea drivers BECAUSE I HAVE AN AMD GPU! IT IS NOT THE BLOODY DRIVERS!!!!!!!!!!!! I HAVE TRIED SO MANY BLOODY DRIVERS, I WOULD NOT HAVE STARTED BYING COMPONENTS IF IT WAS THE DRIVERS!!!!!!
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