Question Is ghosting only a monitor issue?

Apr 19, 2020
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hey,
im asking this because it started right after i switched my gpu.
my monitor was always working flawlessly.
im considering a fault in my new gpu.
is this technically possible?
 
Apr 19, 2020
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Update:
so, this is very odd.
i just started cs go and i had no ghosting. i closed it and 5 mins later i started it again and had ghosting.
the only thing i changed in those 5 mins was the sound output.
ive changed it from "realtek" to hyperx cloud 2.
i guess the sound drivers are the problem?
 
Apr 19, 2020
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2. Update:


So, i finally understand the problem.
I use my monitors audio output for every day tasks and when
i want to play games im switching to hyperx cloud 2 output.
the first time i launch cs go after i switched the outputs, i am having ghosting.
if i close cs go and relaunch it, its gone.

tl:dr the is a conflict when i switch from monitors audio output to hyperx cloud 2 output.
what should i do ?
 
Apr 19, 2020
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That's odd; it's possible there's some extra processing monitor side for audio processing that is somehow affecting panel response time, but I haven't seen monitors that bad since the very early LCD days.
nevermind, it was just a weird coincidence going on. i realized that i cant reproduce this ghosting problem.
i tried ddu, new cables and played with settings and nothing helped.
it just appears randomly.
i installed my old gpu and i dont have any problems.
the gpu must be faulty. i dont know how a gpu can create this ghosting effect but whatever, i have rma'd it.
 

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