Excuse me, but LOL.Karisha91 wrote:And plz don’t tell me to set response time to normal. I paid for super fast response time and I’ll stick to it.
This is a classic case of a user getting mislead by marketing terms/names.
You seem to lack an understanding of what exactly the "response time" setting on your monitor does.
It's a pixel overdrive preset.
Which means the higher it is, the more voltage gets pumped into your screen's pixels to force them to transition from color to color faster.
Playing on the preset, which was named "super fast" by the monitor manufacturer won't suddenly make your monitor super fast...
You're not increasing input lag (which you seem to confuse with response time) by using a lower pixel overdrive setting, and vice-versa, you're not decreasing it, by using the preset, which they misleadingly labeled "super fast".
Using overdrive is about finding a balance between eliminating regular ghosting, while not introducing reverse ghosting (aka. overshoot/coronas) and the preset, which they labeled as "normal" is much closer to that perfect balance.
Skip to 35:57 in this video to see a demonstration of:
1st, Ideal overdrive
2nd, Too much overdrive
3rd, Too little OD
I've now read the thread further... it's a shame that nobody else has corrected you and other people who have the same misconceptions.
Let me explain how you "fixed" inverse ghosting on your monitor by enabling VRR:
You're now using the VRR overdrive presets, which the manufacturer apparently set up to be different (lower) than non-VRR (regular) presets.
In other words, the preset labeled as "super fast" (for example) now has what I assume to be roughly the same amount of overdrive gain attached to it, as the "normal" preset has in non-VRR operation.
...In even simpler terms: You didn't fix anything. You're basically using the "normal" response time preset now, it's just labeled differently. (Which is by the way perfectly OK. One should use the overdrive preset, which results in the least amount of image artifacts, not the one which is labeled the most eye-catchingly.)
Ask RealNC, Chief, or anyone else whose words you trust on this forum to confirm what I just wrote.