Originally Posted by Manyak
Try staring at one fixed point on the screen while there's fast motion (a good way to do this is to look at/around the crosshair of an FPS). If you only concentrate on that small area, does it still seem as blurry?
If Yes: get yourself a good CRT (like an FW-900), because you're one of those people (like me!) who can't get past the blur on LCDs.
If No: Sit further back from the monitor. Moving your eyes across the screen makes the motion blur seem worse due to LCDs having persistent images, and since your new monitor is by far bigger than your last one, you've got to move your eyes around a lot more than you used to. The farther back you sit, the less you have to move your eyes back and forth to see the whole screen.
I think I am fine in close distant objects, but things that are far away looks so blurry. So why are you using dell u3011? lol
Originally Posted by tats
I just got the Dell 27 and I don't notice any bluring but I did put vsync on and tried triple buffering (but it didnt make a difference). What settings are you using? All ultra?
Everything maxed with ultra settings. Direct 11 enabled and texture filtering 16x, multi sampling 8x.