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Windows 7: Stuttering Video playback with GT710 and GTX 1050TI

15 Hours Ago   #21

Windows 7, 64bit

not shure what you mean by reseting. There is no such option in the projector. The gpu is connected through VGA with the projector. It could also be connected with HDMI but that didn't make a difference.
The LG PC monitor I'm using is connected with DVI-D and also stutters heavily in videoblack. Even more than the projector. That's why I doubt that it's a problem of the projector or cable connection. Also if you connect the old office PC to the projector with the same VGA cable the playback runs smooth...

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6 Hours Ago   #22
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit

If the card is VGA, then the connection should be for VGA. Thus, you should connect the cable to the VGA connection on the card and monitor. You should then, go into the monitor controls and set the connection to VGA vice DVI-D.

I really don't understand ASUS. The specs say the card supports DVI at 2560x... resolution. The picture of the card shows HDMI and VGA connectors. However, when I look at the manual for it, it clearly says it's a VGA card.

When I go to the ASUS driver download, it says there are two hot fixes to install for Win 7 but that was in 2016. I would think that Microsoft would have included those hot fixes in subsequent updates.
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1 Hour Ago   #23

Windows 7 Pro x64 sp1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FrankZito View Post
It doesn't matter if I use MPC-HC, MPC-BE with/without madVR as a renderer
(not even this guide could fix the problem: Configuration: madVR)

You don't think this unnecessary post processing has anything to do with it ?

high bitdepth processing (32bit per component)
high quality algorithms for scaling, sharpening, debanding, dithering etc.
smooth motion playback without 3:2 pulldown judder even at 60Hz
frame packed 3D playback via HDMI 1.4+ (Windows 8.1 or newer)
forced film mode turns 60i movies into perfect 24p
very reliable playback using automatic fullscreen exclusive mode
many more...
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