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Screen corruption when trying to stream via AMD Gaming Evolved
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Question Screen corruption when trying to stream via AMD Gaming Evolved - 08-07-2014, 03:56 | posts: 18

I'm using a Sapphire HD 7950 with an Asus VG248QE connected via DisplayPort running @ 144Hz and a Samsung 225BW connected via HDMI.

When I try to stream via Twitch in the AMD Gaming Evolved program OR if I watch hardware-accelerated videos on EITHER monitor, I get screen corruption on my Asus VG248QE monitor. Sometimes it'll get to the point where the computer locks up completely and I have to manually reset. The corruption does not appear on the Samsung monitor.

This used to happen in Firefox with YouTube videos, but after I disabled hardware acceleration in Flash, it hasn't been a problem while browsing.

Here's a video of the corruption in action:

This has persisted across driver installs. I haven't tried a reformat yet, but that might be the next step. Was curious if anyone else had experienced anything like this?
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Default 08-07-2014, 14:04 | posts: 5,548 | Location: EU, CZ, Brno

Originally Posted by semir View Post
I'm not sure what AMD Gaming Evolved program is doing but I'm streaming with same hardware using open broadcaster with no problems.

I guess you are using intel QuickSync for encoding. AMD Gaming Evolved is likely using GPU.

Edit: Have not even realize it was bot message. (semir)

To OP, try to take GPU clock to 1050/1000MHz and vram to 1375MHz. As Compute tasks use parts of GPU more intensively than gaming.

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