|08 May 2011||#1|
ATI Radeon HD 5670 - Jitter
Noob here. My system:
Dell Studio XPS 7100
Phenom II X6 1045T (2.7 GHz)
ATI Radeon HD 5670
6GB DDR3 SDRAM,1333MHz
Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit
I am using dual monitors. One is a standard DVI monitor and the other is an HDMI connected projector. During HD playback I get considerable jitter. Scenes with movement are pretty tough to watch. I am a novice when it comes to settings on a graphics card / catalyst control center.
My main goal is smooth video playback for movie watching, even if it is at the expense of graphics resolution.
Please give me some tweaking advice!!
|My System Specs|
|09 May 2011||#4|
I get jitter/jutter on the main monitor and projector. It seems to come when the processor runs. Then it stops. It is usually about 1 second and stops. It is not just on high motion sequences but also on still scenes. It always did it on just one monitor before I got the projector as well.
When I play a very high resolution file / youtube HD, it seems like the computer is struggling for brief instances and then it stops. I would love to know how to set the video card so that it doesn't do this.
I am running the latest k-lite codec pack / media player classic / all other programs are off.
My problem is there seem to be so many variables. Catalyst control center has so many settings that I feel like I need a pro to help me set it.
|My System Specs|
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