4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 4, 2016 8:51 PM by kingfish

    Display artifacts, no crashing

    rfick73

      Describe your system:

      AMD Radeon R7 200 Series

      DesktopOperating System

      Windows 10 64bit (V. 1511 OS Build 10586.494)

      Driver version installed

      Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.6.1

      Radeon Settings Version

      2016.0602.1651.28487

      Driver Packaging Version

      16.20.1025-160602a-303160E

      2D Driver Version

      8.1.1.1558

      Direct 3D Version

      9.14.10.1197

      OpenGL Version

      6.14.10.13440

      OpenCL Version

      2.0.6.0

      AMD Mantle Version

      9.1.10.123

      AMD Mantle API Version

      98309

      AMD Audio Driver Version

      10.0.0.3

      Vulkan Driver Version

      9.1.0.10.11.0

      Display Devices

      Acer X233H, DVI, 1920x1080 @ 60Hz

      Acer AL2216W, DVI, 1680x1050 @ 60Hz

      Motherboard

      Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H

      CPU/APU

      AMD Phenom II X6 1050T

      Power Supply Unit  Make, Model & Wattage

      500 Watt?

      RAM

      DDR3 / (4x4GB) 16GB / 669MHz, 3:10, 9/9/9/24/34

       

      Describe your issue:

      I typically use multiple desktops using the Windows native desktop tool.

      I often find that when I'm using the system that I see artifacts from other windows on the screen kind of bleed through but I believe in random locations.

      This has been happening ever since I believe I went to Win10.  It has been happening a while & was never a huge concern.

      I do not play games with my system.  I just use apps like CHrome & video editing.

      Today things got a little more interesting.  I was doing some video editing & the output of the video file has those same artifacts in it.  This was a one out of 10 type situation.  I opened the file on my smart TV & I still see the artifacts in that video.

      The screen shots I have supplied are a bit older but show the issue.

       

       

      Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.