No.PYRUSWON wrote: ↑20 May 2020, 19:50The bad part about that news is that it seems like the crosstalk/motionblur has gotten worse actually? This is 80% likely just placebo, and I'm obsessing over it now and just super paying attention to it when I wasn't before, but I definitely feel like for some reason my panel has gotten worse as time has passed and I started messing with the OSD settings.
Usually this is placebo, when you're paying closer attention than usual --
However, if you live in the southern hemisphere, and it is winter at the moment -- I should note that temperature differences (e.g. cold monitor versus warm monitor) can create crosstalk differences. This can be relevant for winter vs summer, as well as monitor just turned on in a cold room (before being warmed up). This can either decrease or increase crosstalk, depending on which refresh rate. At 120Hz, it should look best after a 30 minute warm-up period. This applies to all LCDs, since crosstalk is very sensitive to even minor GtG changes. Even a few degrees of temperature difference can noticeable change the GtG pixel response speed of any LCD. This is seen on almost all strobed LCDs, but should not be what you're seeing if you're already at room temperature.
That's the "Memory Recall" menu option -- that will reset picture settings to factory defaults. You may try that, just in case there's something mis calibrated.
There is no current known risk of damage from wrong settings except you may just get a blank screen until you revert (e.g. removing the custom resolution on the PC side).