Falkentyne wrote:Yes, this ghosting issue is worse on IPS monitors than on TN monitors. But usually TN screens will show inverse ghosting unless they are calibrated well. The VG248QE did not show this ghosting pattern in Lightboost mode because of per-line overdrive. Most of the 24" Lightboost monitors looked similar.
The Benq TN monitors also have that double ghosting pattern, but there are ways to minimize it (XL2720Z: Setting AMA to "high" after enabling blur reduction, then dropping the contrast; XL2735: messing with the OD Gain factory menu option). The Benq Z Series monitors are infamous for having this pattern when NOT strobing, due to overly aggressive default overdrive. Again there are ways to improve this depending on model.
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