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Every ghosting whit many monitors

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I had many monitors ( Dell U2311h, LG IPS226V, Eizo FS2332 or LG E2270S ) , and all models have the same much evident ghosting problem.
ghosting is there everytime, just only moving the mousepad ( appair many arrows, at medium velocity i can see 4-5 arrows ), and i dont know the reason.

What can be the problem ? i think to be impossible that all my monitor are defected whit the identical same issue.

I tryed to change DVI cable, VGA ( 5 times ) and elettric slipper ( now i have APC surgearrest H/O) but nothing.

Can Ghosting to be created by PC ?

Show a movie by me :

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Edited by senna89 - 5/25/12 at 4:18am
post #2 of 48
What is your system specs? It would help us out even more to know what you have.
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i5 750 ( default and clocked is the same )
Gigabyte p55 ud3r ( i tryed all bios )
2*2GB Kingstone 1600 CL8 ( before i had Patriot 1333 CL7 )
SSD OCZ Agility 2 90GB ( before i had 2* Raptor RAID 0 )
Segate 320GB for storage
PSU Corsair AX750 ( before i had Enermax 520 and Corsair HX520 )
POV GTX570 ( before i had GTX470, HD5870, HD6950 ).
Win 7 64bit Ultimate OEM
CoolerMaster RC690 ( 1° edition )
post #4 of 48
Have you updated the video card drivers?What drivers are you using?
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post #5 of 48
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i used 5 different VGA whit all Forceware / catalyst driver series in the last 2 years
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is possible to be the elettric wiring in my house ?
post #7 of 48
What kind of ghosting do you see? If you mean that you can "see" the trails of your cursor when you move it around - that's normal on 60Hz monitors. It's not as smooth as one would like smile.gif
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post #8 of 48
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What kind of ghosting do you see? If you mean that you can "see" the trails of your cursor when you move it around - that's normal on 60Hz monitors. It's not as smooth as one would like smile.gif

I thought ghosting was caused by slow response times "IE 8ms+" ?

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post #9 of 48
Do you get the same effect when you move a window at medium velocity? There is an option in Control Panel>Mouse>Pointer Options>Visibility to display pointer trails - it does sound like that's what your seeing.
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post #10 of 48
Thread Starter 
i see 4-5 arrows when i move the mice at medium velocity.

same problem whit 3 differents monitors, is possible ?
FS2332 and Dell are not gaming monitor but all users say that are good.
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