I've had a tremendous amount of trouble with my Nvidia drivers and have finally settled on a version that seems to be working acceptably. Kind of. When I view a video of any kind, irrelevant of quality, I get awfully choppy, pixelated video. I'm aware this is definitely more graphics issues and I'm edging closer to the final straw.
My question is not only can someone help me to fix these issues, but I'd like to know if there's a more recommended graphics card out there that won't have any problems. Are ATI cards less susceptible to these kind of problems? Am I best sacrificing performance and just running the onboard Intel?
I'm running a Packard Bell iXtreme with the following specs:
- Memory: 4GB
- Processor: i3-2100 @ 3.10 Ghz x4
- Graphics: GeForce GT 610/PCIe/SSE2 (with onboard Intel HD3000 that is disabled and 310 driver with xorg edgers.
- Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit