I've recently upgraded my Windows 7 to 10 and have been suffering from some graphics problems. Namely, there are some problems with contrasting colors during fast light changes. To give you an example, here are two scenes from Captain Spirit from just a moment ago (I know the footage is shaky and grainy but what I'm talking about is clearly visible + I had to keep moving the mouse to trigget the artifacts when the lighting changes, look at what happens at the edges of various objects to see what I mean):
...and two: https://photos.app.goo.gl/SsXdNMke1z1wJhQPA
Same things happen on any other game when there's sudden movement, in movies, on YouTube, everywhere. I've tried reinstalling the drivers and resetting the monitor to factory settings, all to no avail. I'm sure it's not a cable problem because everything was running swell on this very same machine at one moment and then started behaving weird the moment I upgraded to Windows 10 so it's not a hardware issue.
What else may I try?
Also, here are the system specs:
* Mobo: ASRock Fatal1ty H87 Performance
* CPU: Intel CORE I5-4670K +Grandis XE1236
* RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB
* GPU: Asus Radeon R9 290 DirectCU II OC
* Disks: Seagate 1TB + Samsung SSD840 EVO 120GB + Samsung SSD850 EVO 250GB
* Monitor: LG 29EA93