Solved Dark vignette/border around the screen


JoshuaXD

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This seems to happen randomly, for no particular reason I can think of. I can't show you it in screenshots, the problem is on a different level.
It really likes to show when the screen is grey or black or generally darker. It doesn't really show when it's white.
Also, you can't see it but it seems to lower the quality ever so slightly where the border is and/or make the pixels "striped" so you can notice it even when you're normal sitting distance away.
Here are photos of my screen to show what I mean:
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To my way of thinking, that 'bleed' is a monitor issue, not a Windows or graphics card issue. Probably a sign it is failing and it will probably get worse.
 

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JoshuaXD

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To my way of thinking, that 'bleed' is a monitor issue, not a Windows or graphics card issue. Probably a sign it is failing and it will probably get worse.
I guess that makes sense, because shortly after I posted this, the border slowly faded away. Looks like I'm gonna need a new monitor.
 

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    Asus G531GT-BI7N6
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    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9750H CPU @ 2.60GHz
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    32GB
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    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
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    1TB HDD
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    2TB SSD

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