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Need Monitor to buy that does not show blurry text!


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#1 Megdalen

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 07:56 PM

I had a 2006 Dell Inspiron and the text was blurry on every monitor I tried. They were all cheap or free monitors, so then I bought a brand new one and still had the problem. I decided my graphics card was too old, so I switched back to my CRT monitor. It's better, but not great. Now I've been given a new (to me) CPU: a Dell OptiPlex 990 running Win 7 Professional. The computer is from 2015. I love it, but am still having the blurry text problem! It is running AMD Radeon HD 6350 for graphics. I have tried every combination of screen resolution, switched the VGA cables, ClearType (HA HA HA HA HA HA) and nothing works. I'm assuming I need a new monitor, but what do I need? The specs for the graphics say it has a max res of 2048x1536, but does that guide how I should shop for monitors? NO ONE seems to know anything about solving the blurry text problem. I'm willing to buy something good, I just want crisp text. Please help!



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#2 Kilroy

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 11:33 AM

Here's something you can try.  Right click on the icon you use to launch a blurry program.  Select Properties.  Change to the Compatibility tab and check the Disable display scaling on high DPI settings and press OK.  Then launch the program using that icon and see if it looks better.  You will need to make this change on every icon you use in order to make the change for that program.



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Posted 03 April 2017 - 07:19 AM

Any modern age monitor shouldnt show blurry text i am 99% it is a problem with your monitor






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