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    Question Monitor Ghosting Problem

    Recently, I have been seeing this ghosting or blurring effect in my monitor only when I am connected to the VGA port.
    Anything connected to the DVI seems to be Ok. Now, I cannot narrow it down to whether it is a problem with my on-board GFX card or VGA port of my monitor?
    Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
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    Though I know little, my personal experience is that performance differs from connectors to connectors. The display port is highly powerful in fast and most bandwidth,, then comes the HDMI, then DVI... Worst one is VGA... Try to use the best connection. My experience is from Dell u3011's difference between display port and HDMI.. Display can up to 2560x1600.. But HDMI goes only 1920x1200.. And dvi cannot hold even the latter resolution...

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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Recently, I have been seeing this ghosting or blurring effect in my monitor only when I am connected to the VGA port.
    Anything connected to the DVI seems to be Ok. Now, I cannot narrow it down to whether it is a problem with my on-board GFX card or VGA port of my monitor?
    Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
    on-board gfx card. Connect a discrete gpu and see the difference yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Recently, I have been seeing this ghosting or blurring effect in my monitor only when I am connected to the VGA port.
    Anything connected to the DVI seems to be Ok. Now, I cannot narrow it down to whether it is a problem with my on-board GFX card or VGA port of my monitor?
    Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
    on-board gfx card. Connect a discrete gpu and see the difference yourself.

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