quadrant question.

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    does anyone else notice artifacts on the smaller planet as it orbits the bigger one? it's there 98% of the time for me, is this a normal part of the benchmark?

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    bumpy bump :(

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    i notice that it kinda breaks up on the upper part of the "moon" it is not a solid surface the entire time. i guess that is what you are talking about.

    i do see it, and i saw it with my OG droid so i would assume it is typical. but seems kinda odd they would deliberately put that in there.
     
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    thank you, glad to hear it's normal and yeah I agree, on my desktop I used to overclock my video card and when the same thing happened it meant that the clock was unstable, but since this happened on stock I was a bit confused.

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