I use Google Chrome (I’m not that into switching a browser, I am too far in the google eco-system and it’s really comfortable to me), and I’m getting some weird glitches and corruptions on it. Thing is, it only happens in chrome. Back when I used XFCE, it made my computer freeze, but now after I started to use KDE, it doesn’t crash, but glitch (it seems I can’t attach a link to the picture here)
mhwd output (using Radeon RX 480 with amdgpu driver):
0000:01:00.0 (0300:1002:67df) Display controller ATI Technologies Inc:
NAME VERSION FREEDRIVER TYPE
video-linux 2018.05.04 true PCI
video-modesetting 2020.01.13 true PCI
video-vesa 2017.03.12 true PCI
How can I fix this issue?
I am having the same issue, it happens only in Google Chrome (although Firefox is my primary browser, but I use Chrome sometimes for various reasons).
I recently got the new AMD card and I am wondering if this only happens in Chrome or can happen at other apps too but I can’t find out.
I had the same issue. Only in google chrome and only after the latest updates. The quickest fix I could find was to turn off hardware acceleration in chrome until there is a better solution posted.
Same here on XFCE, graphics glitch on left top
Known and numerous times reported as corruption problem in (upstream) Chromium, see for example
Issue 1127710: Upper-left corner graphics glitch
(for the record only, I’m not experiencing this issue on my system)
The solution: You can give the commandline:
For Google Chrome:
It works fine with AMD radeon for me.