Any external solutions to reduce motion blur on monitor?

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#1 GulliversTravel
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I have a Samsung F2380, its a great screen but motion blur is a big problem. Can i use an external device to reduce it?

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#2 brown_flame
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I have a Samsung F2380, its a great screen but motion blur is a big problem. Can i use an external device to reduce it?

GulliversTravel
to my general knowledge , no u cant, since this is an internal issue.
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Only external option is sitting further back so its less noticeable. Its inherent of LCD tech, some screens worse then others...
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#4 brown_flame
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Only external option is sitting further back so its less noticeable. Its inherent of LCD tech, some screens worse then others... YoungSinatra25
thats wat i was gonna say too, but if he uses it for pc , then he cant even do that. my advice would be that its time for an upgrade, if u have the money ofcourse :P
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#5 GulliversTravel
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Oh man that sucks:( Regardless, the screen is fantastic when it comes to black levels and colour depth, but the motion blur is a killer, though at least its not noticeable in many games.
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#6 brown_flame
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Oh man that sucks:( Regardless, the screen is fantastic when it comes to black levels and colour depth, but the motion blur is a killer, though at least its not noticeable in many games.GulliversTravel
u'll get use to it, give it a few months
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#7 YoungSinatra25
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[QUOTE="GulliversTravel"]Oh man that sucks:( Regardless, the screen is fantastic when it comes to black levels and colour depth, but the motion blur is a killer, though at least its not noticeable in many games.brown_flame
u'll get use to it, give it a few months

You wont... and you'll learn to hate it more and more every day. I won't buy LCD tech again. (maybe LED-LCD) I'm moving on to a Plasma...
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#8 JuggaloRandall
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Try a DVI to VGA converter if you have a proper video card. It does the trick for ghosting and will perk your monitor right up.