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Axelion

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I don't know what word that best describe this. But this blurry line appears when I play games mostly. It's a blurry line that moves from the bottom of my screen to my upper screen.
Is there a way I can fix that?
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What refresh rate are you using for the monitor and is it an LCD or a CRT?

Edited by Spyderturbo007, 15 December 2009 - 07:31 AM.

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LCD 60 hertz refresh rate.
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That's the standard LCD refresh rate. Weird, because the presence of scanning lines is typically caused by a problem with the refresh rate.
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Actually this problem is fixed when I use vsync option. But I hate this option because with it I got 50 fps as without it I can get 100 fps...
Maybe my LCD monitor is just too cheap and sucks....
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Use it anyway. The human eye can't see 50 let alone 100FPS.

Edited by JennyS, 16 December 2009 - 11:58 PM.

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