I am using a DVI cable on my KG271 C monitor and the option to go to 144Hz is available, but when chosen, the display becomes blurry and impossible to use. It's pretty annoying and I'm almost positive it worked once but never again after that. Its the AOC G2770PF to be exact. Some monitor settings such as 1ms Motion Blur Reduction (LG), ELMB (ASUS), or ULMB (available on Nvidia G-Sync monitors) can reduce motion … I have an Asus VG248QE monitor. I've managed to capture the blurry text as a screenshot from the same secondary monitor that should not have any scaling applied. The icons, the text even video playback is … It's a VG249Q and I already got a new cable which didn't help and it changed nothing. Help is well appreciated. I am almost positive its something with the gpu or system it self. Because Im going to get the Acer 43" 4k 144hz HDR 1000nits of brightness as soon as its available and I will still be in the same hole playing at 1440p. The ISSUE is my entire screen is blurry! Once in that spot, almost the full screen is crystal clear. When using Scaling on my primary monitor for example 125%, text on my secondary monitor becomes blurry with some applications. You are paying double the money for a screen with 1ms input lag advantage and a bit better motion clarity providing you can sustain locked 240fps on every game (wich as we know won´t happen). Discussion Starter • #1 • Dec 3, 2014. Buying 144hz monitor. LINK TO REVIEW I expected to be blown away by the higher refresh rate coming from my other 60hz monitors, since everyone always says "The difference from a 60hz display is like night and day and I'll never go back to 60hz" I just recently purchased a BenQ XL2411z 24inch 144Hz monitor along with a new setup. Tried everything internet suggested nothing worked. Post by ocbdoppler » 24 Sep 2020, 16:09 Hi guys so like 3 days back i bought C27G2ZE 27 inch VA AOC, and well i was super unhappy-It had insane ghosting, supper blurry was just an unplesant expiriance. They can't actually show any other size, without transforming it into the native resolution. The monitor was originally used for graphic design and gaming; I believe that is also it's intended use. These 240hz monitors should have 2,5ms input lag at 240hz to be in line with the input lag of the current best 144hz monitors, not 4,5ms. Motion blur is shown as image smearing both on trailing and leading edges, not just on trailing edges like ghosting. My current setup involves a single monitor, DisplayPort connection, and 1920 x 1080 desktop resolution. It isn't the resolution that's the problem, but I'm not sure what is. So once again anything I can do to make it less blurry and just sorta not cool looking at all.. Thanks to anyone who can help me. 1 Posts . All modern displays , both TV and monitors, have a fixed native resolution. Took it … I hate it.. My primary monitor is a 32" HP Omen 2560x1440 and my secondary monitor is 24" Asus 1920x1080. Fixing windows 10 blurry font scaling problems in Vegas on a 4K monitor I use it mostly for basic MS Office programs (email, excel, powerpoint). This thread by JayRon is about graphical, and says "Looks blurry at 120hz, 144hz, but clear at 90hz" The index reportedley has awesome optics, but a very small eye-alignment-sweetspot in terms of where your eye needs to be. i5 4460k GTX 1050ti EDIT: *Fixed* (see post 27) I just purchased my first 144hz/freesync monitor. It is found on every monitor to a degree but high refresh rate monitors (120Hz or higher) have lower levels of motion blur.. How do I change my display or monitor settings such that text does not appear blurry? I am running windows 10 and running the Monitor through the supplied DVI-D Cable directly to my GPU (GTX 1080) at 144Hz. 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