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Hi, this is just a minor irritation but I would like to solve it and know the cause.

 

A few weeks ago, I bought a new Graphics Card (Palit Geforce RTX 2070 Dual 8GB. It works fine, but I noticed something that had not occurred before getting the card. Paused images, in YouTube for instance, acquire a white fuzzy covering, as in screen grab 1.

 

Grab 2 shows it, not on the actual video being paused, but at the browser edges. I have also just noticed it happen on opening this site too.

 

I am presuming that this is a setting but obviously not sure. Any ideas? Thanks.

 

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Hello Ste,

 

Possibly something to do with the internet connection.

 

Do you do any offline gaming that you could pause and grab a screenshot that you could upload for us.


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Hi, thanks for the response. I only have one game and no way to pause it on or off line (the screen changes to a menu) but it has never been an issue with the game. It is only browser images that I have noticed.


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The above supports what was suggested in that this is related to the internet in some way and that I`m afraid is beyond your control, keep in mind that you are freezing a signal that is being sent to your computer so there would be expected to be some sort of imperfection in the display.

 

You can download and run Valley and get a screenshot or two of that, if there are no problems there you have nothing to worry about.


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