red afterimage - how to disable overdrive, as suggested in FAQ



  • Hi
    I have a strong red afterimage when scrolling red white text at candleligt color temperature with my notebook.
    In the FAQ there is suggested to turn off the overdrive.
    But I don't find any possibility to turn off the overdrive and in several discussion forums they say there are nearly no screens allowing to turn it off.
    How can I turn it off?



  • @temp1 This can also be known as AMVA, uh, settings like off, high, premium, that refer to how the monitor handles motion blur. If you set it to a higher setting, there will be less blur, but also maybe choppier or brighter motion.


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