1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 28, 2012 3:28 PM by michael_intel

    The problem with vertical tearing (Intel 3000)

    Grigoriy74

      Good day! I bought notebook Asus N53SM (Core i3, Intel 3000 GMA HD, Nvidea 630M)

       

      When i am watching online video (for example Youtube), i have problems with breaking frames.

      The top fifth of the screen as it is late and appears for a split second

      later, by the ever-present as a kind of boundary in

      image (most clearly seen in dynamic scenes). I think there is a problem with the vertical synchronization  (especially

      clearly seen when viewing the test video

      http://video.sibnet.ru/video629716-

      Video_Tearing_test__test_vertikalnoy_sinhronizatsii_ /, the upper fifth of the column

      delayed).

       

       

      The problem occurs only when watching video online (when viewing

      video players, there is no problem.) What I've tried: different browsers,

      reinstalled flash player, tried to disable hardware acceleration,

      tried to disable / enable HTML5 - nothing helps.

       

       

      If i change the browser program in panel Nvidea from integrated video

      to discrete video - the problem is only getting worse: border becomes 2

      instead of one, and they are clearly marked. The enable of the vertical

      synchronization and triple buffering in this does nothing.

       

      I have latest version of drivers (integrated and descrete).

       

      I tried to start vertical syncronization in the panel of Intel too - not helping.

       

      Can anyone help me? Thank you!

        • 1. Re: The problem with vertical tearing (Intel 3000)

          Hello,

           

          The combination of using an external video card and the Intel on-board graphics controller in one system is call Switchable Graphics.

           

          The Intel graphics drivers are not compatible with Switchable Graphics, and the drivers from your system manufacturer must be used.

           

          I recommend you contact your system manufacturer for support and drivers.

           

          Regards,

          Michael