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Trade station issues or GPU?

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Hello all,

I just build my new computer with amd 3900, 64 RAM DDR4 3600, and a OLD MSI RX 480 8gb.

I got two new monitors one 4k and one 2k. As I load up tradestation the 4k screen looks fine but then the 2k screen looks like 720p very blurry. It looks like only tradestation as I can watch two videos on video at the same time with no issue. GPU sitting at 50C and usage is about 3%.

So is the GPU this bad or trade station issue?

Using trade station 9.5

Thank you in advance,

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Hello all,

I just build my new computer with amd 3900, 64 RAM DDR4 3600, and a OLD MSI RX 480 8gb.

I got two new monitors one 4k and one 2k. As I load up tradestation the 4k screen looks fine but then the 2k screen looks like 720p very blurry. It looks like only tradestation as I can watch two videos on video at the same time with no issue. GPU sitting at 50C and usage is about 3%.

So is the GPU this bad or trade station issue?

Using trade station 9.5

Thank you in advance,

I would guess Tradestation, don't know for sure.

Have you checked the Tradestation forum for this issue?

You could always try V10 to see if that solves it. But many people report V10 is not as stable (I trade with 9.5, but do development work on 10).

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Yeah I figured it was trade station. I have not tried 10 and dont want to upgrade.

I have posted this on tradestation as well.

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