|24 Oct 2010||#12|
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The adapter makes the wiring right so a video signal gets to the monitor. It doesn't allow for using high settings on all the games. The monitor itself is a limitation on what the video card can do.
I can set some games on 16x and 32x and my set up starts to stutter.
Every card and monitor has a limit.
Your monitor may be being pushed by the card because of in game settings beyond its limits.
Try turning the in game settings down and the glitches may disappear.
Worth a shot and if it doesn't get rid of the glitches we know there is another problem.
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