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    @Caeris
    Can you please check with HWiNFO you have AU Optronics AUO409D (B173HAN04.0) screen?
    I know a pair of friends with GL704GW and the same screen and they can swear there is no inverse ghosting, which is so strange...

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    Nvidia Driver version 425.31 fixed the inverse ghosting issues on my GL702VS with a AU Optronics AUO119D screen. Tested on Windows 10 1809.

    From the driver changelog:
    [ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks]: Fixed corrupted graphics in games on ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks. [2535373]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigma392 View Post
    Nvidia Driver version 425.31 fixed the inverse ghosting issues on my GL702VS with a AU Optronics AUO119D screen. Tested on Windows 10 1809.

    From the driver changelog:
    [ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks]: Fixed corrupted graphics in games on ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks. [2535373]
    Upgrading to 425.31 now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigma392 View Post
    Nvidia Driver version 425.31 fixed the inverse ghosting issues on my GL702VS with a AU Optronics AUO119D screen. Tested on Windows 10 1809.

    From the driver changelog:
    [ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks]: Fixed corrupted graphics in games on ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS notebooks. [2535373]
    No it didn't, tested on GL703GS (and rolled back to 416.94 because of this severe bug: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...vers-gt-416-94 ). Nvidia solved a gfx corrupt bug with colors and lines with some games on GL702VS (can't find the pic ATM but the game was like rendered in colored wireframes only), but the inverse ghosting is not a "corrupt gfx" problem: looks like a HW problem with Overdrive settings in the panel itself
    Last edited by hexaae; 04-15-2019 at 04:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hexaae View Post
    No it didn't, tested on GL703GS (and rolled back to 416.94 because of this severe bug: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...vers-gt-416-94 ). Nvidia solved a gfx corrupt bug with colors and lines with some games on GL702VS (can't find the pic ATM but the game was like rendered in colored wireframes only), but the inverse ghosting is not a "corrupt gfx" problem: looks like a HW problem with Overdrive settings in the panel itself
    To be honest i haven't noticed any inverse ghosting on mine but i will watch the video clips again and try to compare them with games.

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    Can't you guys just return the laptop, or if it's out of warranty, just replace the panel with another one that works properly? I really don't think Asus is gonna fix that one, mainly because it's not something everyone is able to notice. It can be very obvious to you but the next guy can't tell there's anything wrong with it. Same goes with coil whine issues.

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    There was another inverse ghosting thread on the gl702vs not long after i got mine (can't find it now) but the poster mentioned there was no inverse ghosting with the nvidia drivers 376.06 that came with the gl702vs but after an nvidia driver update there was suddenly inverse ghosting.

    I can't see any inverse ghosting on my gl702vs but someone who can can you try to revert to the nvidia graphics driver 376.06 that came with the gl702vs and compare?

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    @Stpa67
    It's easy to see, once you know what to look for...

    As you can see in this picture the dark trails are caused by screen's inverse ghosting, and it's not a software issue or you should see it for every moving object. In this case is visible where there is more contrast (sky/rocks). While panning camera with mouse at medium speed left-right you should notice it for distant objects, especially where is big contrast (sky with foreground distant objects like trees, foliage...). The trials can be short or longer especially with g-sync on. You'll never see IG for close objects.
    Last edited by hexaae; 04-18-2019 at 10:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETALJACKET7 View Post
    mainly because it's not something everyone is able to notice. It can be very obvious to you but the next guy can't tell there's anything wrong with it. Same goes with coil whine issues.
    Exactly, that's why even if the issue does exist, only a few notice it. It's also subjective the annoyance, especially for those used to good quality monitors: they'll notice this for sure. Other users that never had a good monitor without gfx artifacts will just ignore it and say "it's normal" or think it's in-game blur effect (LOL).
    Until many of us will report the problem to ASUS they'll never do something to fix it. Unfortunately all these new 144Hz AUO seem badly tuned as far as the Overdrive is concerned, also on MSI and other brands...
    Last edited by hexaae; 04-18-2019 at 09:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hexaae View Post
    @Stpa67
    It's easy to see, once you know what to look for...

    As you can see in this picture the dark trails are caused by screen's inverse ghosting, and it's not a software issue or you should see it for every moving object. In this case is visible where there is more contrast (sky/rocks). While panning camera with mouse at medium speed left-right you should notice it for distant objects, especially where is big contrast (sky with foreground distant objects like trees, foliage...). The trials can be short or longer especially with g-sync on. You'll never see IG for close objects.
    Tried panning and running and turning in Skyrim and i don't see anything. Maybe if i try to capture a session on both the mobile cam and with fraps game capture and compare, if there are any inverse ghosting it would show up on the mobile capture but not on the fraps capture.

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