I'm not sure if this is related to software, or the monitor or the cable or what, but basically my Windows 7 desktop bleeds lightly through into every window that I put on top of it almost as if it's a screen burn. It's not a screen burn because these are LCD monitors and the shape of the bleed changes when I change the Windows wallpaper.
I have two monitors and it's more pronounced on one monitor than the other. It's much more visible when looking at dark grey colors like a grey, foggy sky.
The fact that it's doing this on both monitors is leading me to believe that it's not just a cable issue.
My monitors are a HPvs17 and an Envision L32W761
My graphics card is a NVidia GeForce GTX 570
and I'm running Windows 7, 64 bit with 16gis ram and i7 2600K CPU
I've never seen this problem before. Do any of you have any ideas? Is there a graphics setting maybe I have to shut off or something?