Public bug reported:
On an up-to-date ubuntu 16.04.02-amd64 I started seeing some minor
display corruption after moving the hard disk containing the ubuntu
installation from an older Dell Optiplex (Ivy Bridge i7) to another
Optiplex with a Skylake i7-6700 CPU.
I took a photo of the screen corruption which I attached here.
Xorg.0.log lists the used driver as 'intel'.
I am using the stable chrome release, currently at "Version
59.0.3071.115 (Official Build) (64-bit)".
The corruption (display artefacts) usually show up when hovering the
mouse over the 'back/forward' browser buttons, or after navigating
backwards/forwards and waiting a couple of seconds. Sometimes they go
away leaving a normal browser window, other times the artefacts remain
as shown in the attached photo.
Browser flags I have tried include combinations of:
** Affects: xserver-xorg-video-intel (Ubuntu)
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Display artefacts with Skylake i7 HD Graphics 530
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