Windows 10: Blurry text Solved

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  1.    28 Jun 2017 #91

    What works for me - Office 2016 - restart the office and until changing monitors again it remains OK. So not needed to log out, but the win 10 is very problematic with that. I think I will change to 100% ont both to solve this?. Better small than blurry. I dont know what is better. In my situation I never use both monitors at one time, but I simply switch from notebook to external when connected. And this makes some programs blurred.

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  2.    01 Jul 2017 #92

    It seems i have also this problem with my new samsung 4k TV.
    My other computer that is also connected (hdmi) to this TV is just fine, like it always whas.
    Both are 1920-1080 resolution.
    But my older PC has grainy or blurry text with a white hase to it, i can see that the pixels of the fonts are distorted, like they where converted from 7 by 7 pixels to 10 by 10 pixels, some pixels end up in a place where they dont belong, the resolution seems to low.
    I had also connected a 4k graphic card but then it gets really worse, its not readeble anymore.
    I found out on the asus site that the motherboard has compatebility problems for 4k, it must be a Intel Core 4th ~ 6th generation platform (Skylake) or higher motherboard.
    But i have a AMD chipset, so it wont work.
    My other computer is a HP with a xeon processor by the way.
    I think that this problem is a conflict between windows and some hardware, like AMD chipsets.
    It cant be solved.
    My PC whas just fine with my with my older 55inch HD TV by the way, but this whas with a VGA connection.
    Only the HDMI sucks, so.........
    I will buy a VGA to HDMI converter and it must be solved in my opinion.
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  3.    03 Jul 2017 #93

    Ive tried all kinds of resolutions today but still the probleems seems to be inside windows itself, with my amd chipset 32 bit asus system, the other 64bit intel chipset is just fine.
    But i found out that in a lower resolution it seems some better, its less pixelised, but thats logical.
    I discoverd that when you do the colour adjustment and the cleartype function on a lower resolution it has results on the higher resolution as well.(in a different way)
    When i switched back to 1080 the fonts where more crisp, still to pixelised but the white hase or echo whas gone.
    Maybe this works with others as well
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  4.    05 Jul 2017 #94

    I have my VGA converter recieved today and i connected it, but it seems that the problem is still the same.
    So the output is the same as with hdmi.
    It keeps a problem in windows with my motherboard with the AMD chipset.
    My other computer has a normal image, its not pixelised, its a normal smooth image.
    Also pictures and movies are pixelised by the way.
    But anyway i had to buy this converter, my hdmi has a other problem too, after some time the colours shifted into a green echo on the screem.
    That must be gone now, otherwise i must use a lower resolution on a other sort of hdmi input and then all colours are disterted too.
    I hoped my posts helped for some.
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