Doe voortaan iets beter je huiswerk voordat je het scherm gaat lopen afzeiken terwijl dit feitelijk onjuist is. Ghosting is absoluut niet aan de orde bij de GW2450HM, het scherm heeft een van de snelste VA-panelen die er zijn en is uiterst geschikt voor gaming. Sterker nog, er zijn maar heel weinig 60Hz panelen die hier aan kunnen tippen. Zie ook TFTCentral
Waarschijnlijk ben je vergeten om de overdrive van het paneel op 'Premium' te zetten. (Ga naar Picture, AMA)
When AMA was off there was a pronounced blur to the moving image and something we had been accustomed to seeing from AMVA panels for some time now. The blur was at a similar level to the older BenQ EW2420 in fact when that had its AMA function enabled. We had never been very impressed by the responsiveness of these AMVA panels and with the overdrive control turned off there was no real change there. However, when you switch to the 'high' setting there was a noticeable difference in performance. Suddenly the moving car became much sharper and the motion blur and ghosting was reduced dramatically. Finally there seemed to be an overdrive control which worked well to improve the responsiveness of the panel! There was still some slight blur evident but it was much better than AMA off, and much better than we'd seen from other AMVA panels in the past. Turning the overdrive control up one more notch to 'premium' helped a little more. Blur was reduced again nicely and the movement was a little sharper than before. You could pick out a very small amount of overdrive overshoot on the image in the form of a dark trail behind the moving car. This was pretty minimal though and not something which should be obtrusive day to day. Overshoot is a result of an aggressive overdrive impulse which is not controlled correctly. On some models the overshoot can be severe and very obvious, but here it was not too bad. I would recommend running the GW2450HM in the 'premium' mode for gaming and fast action content.