ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

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ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby luki_qq » 14 Mar 2017, 09:49

Hello, after i tried using lightboost i had some 0.5 second of vertical lines on my monitor, not sure what happened but after a while i had this thing on my monitor Image you can see this white line, before sending it to asus i wanted to know if there's a fix, also i wanna mention about something this line is literally on the same place as the game i play(i play it on window mode) so im wondering if its related with it. I tested it i can still see the line when i shut down my computer and last thing, it felt like recovered a bit after 1-2 days i saw a red small dot at first and it became less noticable but it is still noticable.
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Re: ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 14 Mar 2017, 12:48

What do you mean "0.5 seconds of vertical lines?"

As for the picture, that looks like temporary burn-in --
Does this artifact slowly fade over time? (behaves like a burn-in)
Does this fade faster when you play full-screen video (With lots of picture changes)?

This might be caused some flawed LCD inversion in your monitor (What does www.testufo.com/inversion look like?)
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Re: ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby Falkentyne » 14 Mar 2017, 14:26

Use this program with "Pure white burn" or "Exercise (LCD)" overnight and see if it fixes it. Set the refresh rate to 60hz before running it.

http://www.jads.co.uk/screen-repair/jscreenfix-deluxe
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Re: ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby luki_qq » 15 Mar 2017, 21:18

Chief Blur Buster wrote:What do you mean "0.5 seconds of vertical lines?"

As for the picture, that looks like temporary burn-in --
Does this artifact slowly fade over time? (behaves like a burn-in)
Does this fade faster when you play full-screen video (With lots of picture changes)?

This might be caused some flawed LCD inversion in your monitor (What does http://www.testufo.com/inversion look like?)

I mean it was like lines suddenly pop up on my screen and dissappear.(after i stop using lightboost it stopped as well) And yes it felt like it dissappeard a little bit and after a while it was the same and it doesnt fade faster i as noticed. Also i tried inversion the moving one has 2 different colors(reddish and green) on the first 2 bar


And im trying the jscreenfix right now, should i just wait a little more to see if its getting fixed since it didnt over a night, or send to warranty ?
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Re: ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby Falkentyne » 18 Mar 2017, 16:02

It took about 2 weeks of overnight usage of jscreenfix deluxe to fix "burn in" line patterns on my XL2720Z (years of having my browser open overnight with blur reduction/VT tweaks enabled had caused it).
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Re: ASUS vg248qe after lightboost

Postby luki_qq » 19 Mar 2017, 12:52

Falkentyne wrote:It took about 2 weeks of overnight usage of jscreenfix deluxe to fix "burn in" line patterns on my XL2720Z (years of having my browser open overnight with blur reduction/VT tweaks enabled had caused it).

yes i noticed it goes away slowly and should i use white burn in or, exercise(lcd) seemed like pure white burn in was more usefull. and thanks for help
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