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How do you get rid of this noise?
#1
I slipped the old gsdx of 2015, everything works fine with it. resetting the settings gives nothing. 
Am I the only one who has this problem with the latest builds of gsdx?

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#2
This is called dithering. It is a normal effect that was skipped for many many many years but just recently added to the hardware renderers (it's been in software all along). There's a hotkey, someone will need to correct me if I am wrong, I think it is Page Down to change it. You'll see a message print in the console when the dithering mode changes.
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Thanks helped
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