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ASUS VS248H-P Fixed ghosting issue!

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Ok guys I have figured out how to fix the ghosting issue in the ASUS VS248H-P. I turned trace free off and the ghosting went away completely. So if anybody was holding off on this monitor for that reason, then you don't haft to because it is as simple as changing a setting! It is not in the service menu either, so it shouldn't haft to be set every time like the overdrive of the VE series monitors.

Edit: Messed with it some more. I can turn trace free all the way up to 80...The issue only happens at 100.
Edited by siryak - 8/17/11 at 11:17am
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What does tracing do? Btw if you have the same monitor can you tell me what settings do you have on Standard or on every mode? Game mode looks weird for me on BF3. Mind you this is a open box i got from NewEgg. I did disable OD everytime i boot the monitor. Trace is completely off per instructed you said on forums. However i would like to know your settings for each modes. Such as scenery,theatre, standard and more. Please let me know. Thanks!
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Trace Free is a ghosting reduction. The only issue is when it is turned to 100 it causes ghosting lol. As long as it is on 80 or below though you won't have issues.

Splendid: Theater(This is the only mode I use)
Sharpness: 45
Trace Free: 80
ASCR: ON
Brightness: 90
Contrast: 78
Saturation: 70
Color Temp: User Mode with all colors maxed
Skin Tone: Natural
Smart View: Off

That is how I have mine set up. I like cold colors though, so YMMV.
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