Issue: annoying glitch - screen tearing - approximately 2/5th from bottom of screen while showing 1080p@60Hz.
Appears regardless of software (VLC, BeyondTV, YouTube).
Appears on LCD video projector and LCD TV/Monitor.
Radeon RX470, 4 GiB
AMD FX-8320 8 Core CPU
16 GB DDR3
ASROCK 970 EXTREME3 MB
Crimson ReLive 17.30.1041-170720a-316469C
TEARING video on 1080p Projector & UHDTV only became noticeable after reverting from Win10 => Win7.
This leads me to assume it is a software / driver incompatibility issue, and not related to hardware.
And since it was a NEW install with up to date drivers, there should be no issue with old drivers.
When I tried to make a screen capture (at 30 fps), the captured image showed no tearing.
Anti-aliasing Mode - Use application settings
Anti-aliasing Method - Mutlisampling
Morphological Filtering - OFF
Anisotropic Filter Mode - Use application settings
Texture Filtering Quality - Standard
Surface Format Optimization - ON
Wait for Vertical Refresh - Always ON
OpenGL Triple Buffering - ON
Shader Cache - AMD optimized
Tessellation mode - use application settings
What is most frustrating - my low budget Celeron G1840 with integrated graphics can display 1080p@60Hz with NO TEARING.
P.S. - is there documentation / manual for Catalyst / Crimson that goes into detail on what each setting is and does?