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A screen cap will not show ghosting, only video from a camera will
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Any way to fix this :/


Edited by Twisterman - 1/4/11 at 5:26pm
    
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So annoying can't find a fix and NCIX says it isn't covered under warranty.
    
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Theres no way to get rid of ghosting.
ghosting is the result of how LCDs work, if you're that sensitive to it then get a CRT.
otherwise you'll have to keep buying and returning a whole load of different monitors until you find one that isn't so noticeable.
personally i have NEVER found an LCD monitor that doesn't ghost on mouse movement.
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Kylie it depends on which parts are used in the LCD. Buy any NEC WUXI and you will have zero ghosting. There are other models/brands that have zero ghosting as well. Depends on what technology they use inside the panel.
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Here's a good site for monitor reviews that covers a number of categories in depth:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews.htm

The monitors they have reviews for are fairly limited, however.
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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by D311 View Post
I would and have. I got a samsung that they guaranteed wouldn't ghost. But low and behold was the worst ghosting monitor I've ever seen. Sent that right back. Huge hassle on refund.

Went with NEC paying more but much happier. Ghosting is garbage. Some get used to it but I refuse to play on it. Customers choice I suppose.
Which samsung display was it? Was it a bx2450 by chance?
post #18 of 20
Here is a website that will let you test your monitor for many different artifacts including ghosting.

http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/respons...ponse_time_gif

http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/
    
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my tv has done this forever, horrible when i play fallout
    
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Originally Posted by Twisterman View Post
Any way to fix this :/

is that samsung monitor? if it is try this go to monitor setting then change response time to normal see if it fix the problem if issue still exist. you can try unpluging the power cord from the monitor then replug back in it see if it fix this problem.
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