cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

gl703gs G sync issue (dark edges during fast movements that look that ghosting)

sumyunguy
Level 7
Has anyone experienced this? Hardware issue worthy of return maybe? I'm wondering if its a hardware defect and I tried bio resets, turning AA and motion blur off and nothing changes

Edit: laptop used is asus rog gl703gs, and ghosting doesnt appear to be visible from screenshots taken in game.

Edit 2: video version of the gif attached https://youtu.be/fruz7QgY6kE
546 Views
14 REPLIES 14

sumyunguy
Level 7
Anyone? On the edge of returning.

xeromist
Moderator
If you post what product is concerning you I can move this thread to that section. Others with the same product may be able to help better.

I would probably start by installing the latest Nvidia drivers from Nvidia's site and ticking the box for a clean install during the installation process.
A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station…

xeromist wrote:
If you post what product is concerning you I can move this thread to that section. Others with the same product may be able to help better.

I would probably start by installing the latest Nvidia drivers from Nvidia's site and ticking the box for a clean install during the installation process.

Sure, thanks. Its the asus rog gl703gs. Thanks in advance.

Arne_Saknussemm
Level 40
I have a Gsync monitor and I'm not getting that...on any of the latest drivers

Which driver...which game?

Maybe use DDU in safe mode and reinstall driver?

Arne Saknussemm wrote:
I have a Gsync monitor and I'm not getting that...on any of the latest drivers

Which driver...which game?

Maybe use DDU in safe mode and reinstall driver?


I had tried DDU clean installs with pretty much all the handful of nvidia drivers at the asus site. Even reinstalled windows at one point. This happens in all games as soon as g sync is turned on. The one listed above is monster hunter world btw.

Thanks for the reply btw.

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator
sumyunguy wrote:
Has anyone experienced this? Hardware issue worthy of return maybe? I'm wondering if its a hardware defect and I tried bio resets, turning AA and motion blur off and nothing changes

Edit: laptop used is asus rog gl703gs


Sounds like inverse ghosting. It's a by-product of some panels overdrive function. Difficult to say without a video, though.
13900KS / 8000 CAS36 / ROG APEX Z790 / ROG TUF RTX 4090

Silent Scone@ASUS wrote:
Sounds like inverse ghosting. It's a by-product of some panels overdrive function. Difficult to say without a video, though.


Here is a video version of the original gif. Should be able to see it much clearer. https://youtu.be/fruz7QgY6kE

Arne_Saknussemm
Level 40
sumyunguy wrote:
I had tried DDU clean installs with pretty much all the handful of nvidia drivers at the asus site. Even reinstalled windows at one point


Oh right, so you've been pretty thorough already.

If you click open in new tab on your image in first post you can see clearly...

Not sure what else to suggest...maybe post at Nvidia forum....have you read about the net to see if other same models have same problem?

I would be thinking of a return though...should not be like that

Arne Saknussemm wrote:
Oh right, so you've been pretty thorough already.

If you click open in new tab on your image in first post you can see clearly...

Not sure what else to suggest...maybe post at Nvidia forum....have you read about the net to see if other same models have same problem?

I would be thinking of a return though...should not be like that

I been comtemplating the return for sure, looked all over the net and could only find maybe 2 or 3 other people with the same issue. Cant even say if they even had the same model but displayed the same ghosting, although one of them had it persisting even when g sync was off.