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dobrev_dqd
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Screen tearing?

I am experiencing huge screen tearing on external monitors when connecting my y580 to them. You know the thing with the picture separation. So how to fix this? 

ishaan
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Re: Screen tearing?

You did anything before this problem arised Like an update or new software? Or maybe something external?
Ishaan Ideapad Y560(i3 330m), Hp Elitebook 8460p!(i5-2520M) Hp Pavilion n208tx(i5-4200u)
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dobrev_dqd
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Re: Screen tearing?

I am not sure what exactly are you asking but I got the lates nvidia drivers for the gtx660m and the tv is 3d 40"led Toshiba. I am using hdmi connection. Using game mode on the TV. Tell me if you need any specific details about it but give some advice.

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Re: Screen tearing?

Could you give a snapshot if possible?
Thanks
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Re: Screen tearing?

I can't right now. But I don't think it would be needed. If you have any ideas about the problem share them with me.

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Re: Screen tearing?

Try reverting back to the stock driver or the once from lenovo site. You should use the ones from lenovo as they are optimized for your laptop.
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dobrev_dqd
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Re: Screen tearing?

Newest drivers from nvidia are boosting performance by 20% in some games (as the site says), would that be appropriate. I mean it should be get better if I use them not any worse right. Though I might try it. But I am pretty sure it has to em something with the refresh rate on my Pc and the Tv. Do you think using more Hz from nvidia control panel will be a solution?

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