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Recently my hard drive died, so I had to replace it/reinstall the OS etc. I've installed the newest nvidia drivers, however whenever I play a game now the motion is very blurry. Its like ghosting on older LCDs.
I know the problem is not due the monitor or the graphics card, because both are the same as what I was using before, so I'm guessing the problem lies with the driver or my settings. I'm using 180.43 at the moment, but I tried an earlier non beta version as well. I've tried Vsync on and off, triple buffering on/off and a few other settings but its always there. Its happening in all the games I've tried.
Driver version 180.43
22" monitor, running at 1680x1050
Really frustrating since my hardware and software are exactly the same as it was before but now my games look terrible