Vibrating/Ghosting textures while in-game camera is moving.

What You Might Want To Know:

-Processor: Intel(R)Core i7-6700K @ 4.00GHz 4001 Mhz 4 Cores
-Monitor: S2417DG 23.8 inch QHD (2560x1440), TN, 165Hz, 1ms, NVIDIA ---G-Sync™, Display Port, USB 3.0, Widescreen LED Gaming Monitor
-GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
-Motherboard: ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING (Intel LGA 1151)

What I've Tried:

- New GPU
- New CPU
- New Monitor
- New Mouse
- Higher/Lower DPI & Polling Rate
- All NVIDIA Control Panel Options
- Vsync (All kinds)
- Motion blur off
- Driver reinstall
- Complete hard-drive wipe
- Separating Cables

The Problem:

While the in-game camera/screen is moving - either through my mouse movement or the keyboard - all terrain, buildings, people, etc. seem to vibrate/be moved with a ghost of themselves behind them. It is more noticeable when moving the camera laterally. This is noticeable in almost all games - save for games like Hearthstone with no camera movement or pixel-type games such as Enter The Gungeon.


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Sounds like you did all things for the PC

Does it do this on other monitors?

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It does it on all monitors I've tried

Yes - I've tried a 1920x1080 60hz monitor and the TV from my living room.

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There goes my idea about monitoring upscaling.

Time to contact the video card support. Usually this vanishes with all you changed so the next step is contact the video card's maker or their forum.

Or have someone else do the OS and driver install. DO NOT HELP THEM. I've seen instances where folk wipe the drive and they repeat the same steps. We can't have that.

One last idea. IS the card in a x16 slot? Is the RAM dual channel?

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Yes, and yes.

The card is in a x16 slot and the RAM is dual channel.

Is it likely to be the video card if the problem occurred on my old video card as well? (which was a GTX 960).

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Can't answer.

My thought is to give it to a friend to try the install and most importantly, DO NOT TELL THEM HOW TO INSTALL. See if they get it to work.

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