Viewing MS Visio drawing vsd in Bridge CS4 is very poor

Whe I open folder with MS Visio 2007 drawings in Bridge CS4, I get very low quality preview of them.
When I open an old vsd file, made in Visio 2000 and save it in new format 2007 vsd, preview is good! It happend only with new created drawings in Visio. Deleting Bridge cashe didn't help.
Is there any plug-in to solve this?
Please, help.

Quote from: Svet on 18-September-11, 18:31:16
apply vga reference clocks then retest
Thanks for the reply Svet.
I assume you mean to use MSI afterburner and put the clocks at the default for 560 TI which are the following based on my googling?
MY card currently:
VDDC .9500V-1.000V (depending on 3d load and according to GPU-Z)
GPU clock: 880 MHz (the "sensors" tab reports this as 882.3 for some reason)
Shader clock: 1760MHz
Memory clock: 1050MHz
what you want me to change them to:
VDDC 1.0000 (which is default for this card IIRC I haven't unlocked voltage controls yet to check)
GPU clock: 822MHz
Shader Clock: 1644MHz
Memory: 1002MHz

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