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#1 10 years ago

Hi guys, i got some screen problems. I have a Samsung SyncMaster 920n with 8 ms in response time, but i have some problems with it. In dark areas, such as dark corners, i have these pixels that are flickering very very fast, and in a red/green color. This only occurs in dark areas(not black but dark dark grey) and its flickering all the time.

This occurs in games too and it is annoying. Though it wont work to take screenshots as its my screen that has some kind of error. I have been trying to change power cord but nothing happens and ive been resetting my settings on my screen several times, does anyone have this problem/ knows how to fix it? Please make a post to save a desperate person!




Sgt. D. Pilla

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#2 10 years ago

Vista is good, once you get use to it ;) But artifacts from your graphics card? Have you over clocked or anything?




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#3 10 years ago

Check that the cables aren't loose on either end, and try another cable. If not chances are that the monitor is faulty. It might be worth trying another graphics card (or computer) with the monitor, but if screenshots look ok on another screen then that suggests the graphics card is ok.




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#4 10 years ago

I just changed my graphicscard and both of them are the same. So it has to be the screen. And now i noticed at my desktop picture it has these flickering pixels too and thats on the black area. Its weird cause it only happens there. I tried to change cable and i checked if they were loose... I tried with screenies and they come up as they should. I have overclocked but its the same if you do not overclock.




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#5 10 years ago

MVI_0110.avi - FileFront.com

This is a movie about the flickering. Please do not judge it for the quality..i know it sucks. BUT the important hting is, you can see the flickering in the start and then compare with the green/blue line and check that its flickering.




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#6 10 years ago

It definitely looks like a problem with the monitor. I'm not sure what exactly, do you have an old one laying around that you could test? Cause that will determine if you need a new monitor; there's no point going out and buying a new one before you are ABSOLUTELY sure that the problem is with your current one.




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#7 10 years ago

Well, i need to check my guarantee if i can get a new one, cause that is just sick. As soon as i can get a screen thats working ill check if its the monitors fault.