Annoying glitch with graphics card, random static noise appearing


  1. sup
    Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Home
       #1

    Annoying glitch with graphics card, random static noise appearing


    Sup!

    I have a problem with my display -- it's really weird, because it's actually able to be Print Screened. Sometimes when I leave a game or a fullscreen application using my graphics card (integrated Radeon 3000 Graphics), my screen will sometimes have a weird static-y noise thing. It's really hard to explain, but here:

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    I made the really ugly red crayon, bu the weird stuff near the top of the screen is the glitch. It's really, REALLY annoying, and the only workaround is to restart my graphics driver which bugs me.

    Any suggestions?:)

    Thanks!
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  2. RoasterMen's Avatar
    Posts : 839
    Windows 10 LTSC
       #2

    Try with a graphics card and see if it'll be gone. I suspect it's the port that is dusty or the GPU has given up already.
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  3. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 18,458
    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
       #3

    Some games don't release drivers as they should after you shut them down so corruption may occur, Should have seen what Battlefield2 did to my drivers, what a mess.
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  4. Posts : 438
    Win 10 pro 1803
       #4

    looks like digital issue (DP or HDMI). whats the display you are using? theres some "correction error methods" in the projectors and displays, that usually try to fix faulty incoming signal and causes such an issue. id try changing the cable, if its a bandwidth-related issue, as in this mostly happens when gaming.

    also this can be just an issue with the chipset itself and its starting slowly die.
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  5. sup
    Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Home
    Thread Starter
       #5

    I use a VGA input to my monitor because my monitor is quite old. 1600x900, SyncMaster 2043SNX. It will always start glitching out after I run osu!, even just for a few seconds. A restart of my graphics driver fixes it. The physical state of it isn't the problem, it's more of the software state.

    I might be getting a GTX 750 TI soon; hopefully that will be better than my current integrated ​graphics.
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