I'm having issues with blotchy graphics when PC gaming. I just started playing stuff like Fallout 3 and Call of Duty 4 to try this computer out on, and the graphics are like the cut scenes from Final Fantasy 7, where it's all blotchy and stuff, course that was cuz it was a PS1. I have a 9800 GTX overclocked to 811 on the core and 2028 on the shader (no artifacts after long testing with Half Life 2 and ATI Tools =D), btw Half life 2 and all episodes ran super good with about 40-60 FPS constant fully maxed settings. Both Fallout 3 and CoD4 have very blotchy intros as if I was watching a Starcraft 1 cut scene, and the gameplay isn't much better. I am using a 32 inch Toshiba LCD HDTV, but it's going form a DVI to a VGA port on the TV, I have a DVI-D to HDMI cable on the way. I have only seen this with these 2 games but that is cuz they are the only ones with encoded video in them, I am an avid World of Warcraft fan and the trailers and game cinematic do not have this issue. I also tried watching Lord of the Rings DVD on this computer, same thing. Felt like watching a tiny compressed version which was encoded with a bad codec. Anyone seen this happen before? Here are some screenies. http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/8205/shot0002um4.jpg http://img233.imageshack.us/img233/4774/shot0001ob5.jpg I have a good power supply and no overheating, btw. I think 39c is a good GPU temperature =) I have kept Mobo, CPU, and GPU drivers up to date as well, did a complete driver removal before installing the latest Nvidia ones.