Hi guys - this forum has been of invaluable help before, let's hope my first question isn't too difficult.
I performed a complete Win7 re-install on my Acer Revo R3610 (Atom N330, Nvidia ION) in order to rid the machine of all its Acer bloatware. In doing so, I've managed to mess up my once perfect judder issues!
It used to be the case that as long as I changed the refresh rate to match my content, every played fine. Now, anything at 23.976 judders slightly when set to the 23Hz setting in Nvidia Control Panel. The only difference I can see is if I bring up the jitter graph - the red line no longer sits exactly on 0ms. It used to, and in every online screen grab I've seen, it always does. Mine sits (pretty flat, mind you) at about 5ms:
Is there a way of shifting the red line back to 0ms? Would this even help?
MPC-HC reports no actual frame drops, but the image 'jumps' slightly every so often, in that way it does when you have the wrong refresh rate set. Also, I know about Reclock and had it installed in the past, but I never needed
it all the time. What's happened?