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Old 02-14-09, 08:23 AM   #9
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Default Re: GTX285 and IE oddity

Originally Posted by Simple User View Post
It is within the initial second of scrolling. If you do not see it within this segment of time, then it will seem smooth. It can happen more often with link state enabled as the links are retrained and it is similar to it but two separate instances of scroll rendering "lag."

It is not the scroll bar, per se. It is what is being rendered within the browser and is more noticeable if graphics are present rather than text, especially large graphics. Such as adverts, or just simple pictures.
No I do not have this issue at all either, 0 lag whatsoever with the bar or inside the page when I'm moving the scrollbar, everything stays exactly with it no matter how fast or slow I'm moving it. It's not that I'm simply not noticing it either, I am extremely picky when it comes to graphix and video and notice the smallest stuff and I've never seen this issue before. G'luck in fixing it, that could be annoying. For what it's worth, I am using Internet Explorer 8 RC1 and have all power management stuff disabled.

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