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post #11 of 15
I just check my bf3 jets, I think it might be lag?

Try at lower red and see if it occurs.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by Remix65 View Post

did you try a different cable?
It is NOT the cable for *THIS* OP

Yes, ghosting can be caused by cables, but it is NOT causing Aesthetic's ghosting.
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Originally Posted by Aesthethc View Post

Tried a different cable and i still see it. This time i even completely ran the cable an opposite direction and the same subtle ghosting occurs. Are my eyes that sensitive to just catch on to it?
Its off. wink.gif
This type of LightBoost ghosting that you see, is NOT caused by the cable, for your specific ghosting description.
post #13 of 15
for all that are experiencing ghosting probs....
i simply unplugged pc from wall, unplugged all connections, gave the whole thing a clean, plugged everything back in, and hey presto, ghosting gone.

for more technical issues, i have no answers. remember: technology responds to care and love just like a living organism. get angry, get stressed, chances are the pc will 'pick up' on the negative energy and the prob will persist. sort the basics first: simple maintenance, get rid of dust in ports etc, keep fans, all connections, mobo etc clean.
Edited by basho 2015 - 9/30/15 at 1:34pm
post #14 of 15
What the hell, man?
Why did you BUMP A TWO YEAR OLD COMPLETELY DEAD POST???

Please LOOK at post dates/times before you reply to them. This was a DEAD topic.
The original poster had a monitor that was KNOWN To have ghosting problems in Lightboost mode due to a worse overdrive circuit. The VG278 model (not HE) was significantly better, with the "little brother", the VG248QE (even though this used a very common 24" TN Au Optronics panel) being the best out of them all.

If your post were in any way related to the original poster's question, which is it not in the slightest, then bumps like this can be done, although it's usually best to just make a new post with the question you have. But your comment in no way contributed to original issue, which has long been solved.
Edited by Falkentyne - 9/30/15 at 3:49pm
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post #15 of 15
Point taken.
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