Originally Posted by axiumone
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Are you sure your computer is powerfull enough to handle 1440 res? Switch to lower graphical quality in your games and see if the stuttering persists.
Sadly, the effect persists at 1920 x 1080, the resolution I originally played at with my older Asus monitor.
As a layman, I am assuming what I see seems to be "motion blur" more than it is actual "ghosting" if there is an actual difference between those. I apologize, I am unfamiliar with the correct term for it, and can only describe it - when I strafe my character, the object of my view blurs out as if I am watching him on the side of a road as I pass quickly in a car. From what little I have read, it seems many IPS monitors struggle with this "motion blur"?
Like Grimster mentions above, I am one of those that have no previous experience with an IPS panel and lack a frame of reference to determine whether it is this monitor or all IPS monitors that disagree with me.
All I know is that is gives me, a consistent gamer with no previous issues, a mild bit of motion sickness when I play BL2 or PS2 for more than 30 minutes or so. But again, this is an entirely new rig for me, the benchmarking demonstrations do not appear to suffer the same effect and I know from the past that there is a bit of a "break-in period" for my eyes when I change out monitors. Those many variables are all nagging at me as I absolutely adore this panel.
I love the crisp, vibrant colors of this thing and the 1440 resolution. If there is anything I can attempt in order to keep it I'd love to know.
Also, are there any $400-ish non-IPS 1080 monitors that can deliver comparable colors and crispness of a 2560x1440 IPS?