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I got a brand new Dell Optiplex 780 with 24" screen.  The screen has a nasty flicker.  Especially when moving open windows around.  
I swapped the screen and the same thing continues.  

Would that be a video graphic card?  I don't have another one to swap.  It's a dual HDMI via DVI doungle.
ATI Radeo HD 3470.

Thanks.
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Yes, Sounds like the video card. Try updating the drivers, and if that does not work, return it to dell.
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Updating driver helped.  Embarrased didn't think about this first.
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