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Can't say I have ever had any problems with my Asus and only after 2 years have I had 1 hot pixel show up. Colour is all good for me although as with any monitor I would suggest tuning it.

Run through the various colour temperatures to see which you prefer which may also fix your colour bleeding since if the monitor is dialled up high you may find the brighter pixels affecting those around it which may look like colour bleeding. On mine I found the 'Normal' colour setting to be just fine, all the others make my eyes melt tongue.gif Brightness is at 30, contrast 40, sharpness 53, saturation 50.

With regard to tearing, something you could also have a look at is if there is a frequency difference between what the game is putting out and what the monitor is expecting. I know in BC2 it tells you the frequency it's going to push next to the screen res when you select it so check that and then open the monitor's OSD and go to Info when in game to see if it matches.

Also if you haven't adjusted your game res+frequency since your last monitor you might want to drop down to a lower res launch a game, check and then go back to the res you want since there may be a difference in frequencies supported at various res's between your old monitor and your new one.

Ghosting to me is a new one on me since I've only heard about it since I've started digging around on info for various monitors, but considering the symptoms I'd say it's likely that it is also a frequency problem. Since you don't have the problem I'll discuss it elsewhere ^^
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