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How do I fix this overlapping on my MSI screen?

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So I’ve had this screen for about one and a half year and for the last half year I’ve had these stuttering lines across my screen at the bottom. I hadn’t moved it in a month and I’ve never even come close to damaging it. It doesn’t matter if I rotate the screen, it will still be in the bottom. Changing Hz to a lower setting almost fixes it, but I want to be able to use 120Hz not just 60Hz. It kinda disappears after time and is also affected by the background and programs running on the screen. Also resetting the screen settings via the screen it sort of decreases this affect, but I don’t want to have this as a whole, anyone know a solution or the real cause of this? 

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Just a long shot but have you tried replacing the cable? 

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36 minutes ago, ItsYaBoiKasper_ said:

Just a long shot but have you tried replacing the cable? 

Yup, switched between the other monitor cause I had them switched up apparently, it actually helped a little at first but it was just for the day

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7 minutes ago, ItsYaBoiKasper_ said:

tried reinstalling the gpu drivers?

Yeah I’ve done that (I think correctly) but not working neither

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