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Video cinematic clipping issue

Discussion in 'Games' started by MissKawaii, Feb 16, 2015.

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  1. MissKawaii

    MissKawaii Thread Starter

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    Hey everyone, first time posting here so sorry if I make any mistakes!

    I've noticed for a while now that whenever I game and a cutscene appears there seems to be this weird clipping happening which is very irritating and very noticeable. It most appears when there is fast movement or change in the screen. It happens sometimes during in game but not as frequent. It seems to happen in whatever game I try (e.g. WoW, Steam, Battle.net).

    My graphics card is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770.

    I would be very grateful of anyone would be able to help me! ^.^

    Edit: Think its called stuttering? Not sure
     
  2. Tanis

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    Hi and welcome to TSG.

    Firstly can you clarify the nature of the problem as clipping and stuttering are two very different things. Stuttering is where the movement can slow or look like it keeps pausing very very briefly and jumping about rather than a smooth animation.

    Also, can you provide some additional information about your PC. What is the exact make and model assuming its a prebuilt system like a HP, Dell etc? If it is a self / custom build what is the make and model of the motherboard, CPU, RAM, Power Supply etc, the more info the better.

    What version of Windows are you using (assuming it is Windows) and is it 32 or 64 bit.

    If you are unsure, please download and run the TSG System Info Utility (linked in my signature) and paste the information from that into a reply here.
     
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