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Having issues with weird blacks pixels/low res on video playback sites like youtube

Hey to you all,

I have the following laptop config

ryzen 7 5800h and running a 3060 but recently i have noticed when playing youtube videos that in areas of black on the screen or areas of 'low light' I notice that either the resolution or something seems to drop and become all pixelated and to be fair its started to really get to me as I have tried to update all of my drivers on my devices to make sure that its not that and I don't think that its that but I could be missing something which I need help with or at least to understand what the problem might be.

 

any help would be greatly appericated. I have attached a few pictures to kinda help show what I am talking about.

 

 

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Considering I cant see anything wrong in the screenshots other than some low video bitrate artifacts, it is most likely your driver video options. Check Nvidia or AMD graphics control panel for adaptive brightness or a similar feature.

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 Can you highlight exactly the issue in one of the screenshots?

 

Screenshots are often a useless way to diagnose potential screen issues, as it's a screenshot of what your computer is sending to the screen, not what your screen is displaying.

 

Also in dark areas... this is just likely the "issue":

 

 

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Check that the level settings match in the driver and monitor. If the monitor expects full range but the GPU sends reduced it'll lift the blacks and reveal all the crud that normally wouldn't be visible (and crush the highlights too).

 

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