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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello

I think I have an issue with response time on my monitor. There are 3 modes to choose from: standard, faster and fastest.

standard = very blurry image

fastest = not blurry but there is a weird shadow thing that appears in motion (especially seeable in games)

faster = something between these 2

My monitor is Samsung C24F396FH. Anyone had same issue and knows anything about it??

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Say what? I have never heard of this kind of refresh rate :o

 

Yah know usually we go with hertz.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

Say what? I have never heard of this kind of refresh rate :o

 

Yah know usually we go with hertz.

Refresh rate is usually in miliseconds isn't it? But it's just how it's shown in my monitor setiings

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Refresh rate is how often it can "refresh", or show a new image, every second. Which is measured in Hertz.

 

https://www.testufo.com/refreshrate will tell you what you're running at.


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24 minutes ago, neext said:

there is a weird shadow thing that appears in motion (especially seeable in games)

that's called ghosting.

 

Whichever looks the best to you is thr one you should use. if the ghosting is too distracting then go to the slower options. if the bluriness is more distracting then go the opposite direction. Maybe the 'faster' preset will provide a good balance of the two issues 


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, SCGazelle said:

that's called ghosting.

 

Whichever looks the best to you is thr one you should use. if the ghosting is too distracting then go to the slower options. if the bluriness is more distracting then go the opposite direction. Maybe the 'faster' preset will provide a good balance of the two issues 

Yeah that's the one im using

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