I’m trying to see if there are any others who are running into this same issue or if there are any suggested solutions.
Running: Pop OS 22.04
Since updating to the new kernel, I’ve noticed some graphical glitching and tearing when playing games. It doesn’t seem to be an overheating issue as have a cooler on and this didn’t happen with the old kernel (was on 5.16.19). To get around this upon booting up the laptop, I’ve pressed spacebar to then select the old kernel.
Am I stuck in keeping with this older kernel and can’t update my machine? I’m rather new-ish to Linux as a whole so worried I won’t be able to go into pop shop to run updates as I worry I might lose the ability to use the kernel that I know works.
I have been experiencing issues with images corrupting graphically, and also at the moment, with a monitor connected to HDMI expansion card. The top of the Framework laptops screen is often coming up with a few glitched lines of pixels. I will see if I can get pictures.