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Graphical issues with rtx 3090 fe

2 minutes ago, ShuhDonk said:

I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling graphics drivers with no change.. it does this in games and when watching yt videos.. ideas what is going on?  

Try another display cable. Try another monitor.

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2 minutes ago, ShuhDonk said:

I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling graphics drivers with no change.. it does this in games and when watching yt videos.. ideas what is going on?  

 

Fringing RTX 3090 FE - YouTube

 

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Maybe it's because you're going ultrawide? Try 16:9 and see if that helps. Also, maybe it's doing that because it's a relatively new card and it has some bugs. Last resort, try contacting your retailer or check warranty maybe?

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Try other cables and disable any OC if you have some.

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Okay, I think I figured it out.. tried swapping cables, used ddu, tried hdmi instead of dp.. same results.. did a factory reset on my monitor and seems to be fixed now.. very odd but hopefully its resolved now.

 

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