Hope this helps.
There is this website that is dedicated to reduce blur on LCD screens.
The website (http://www.blurbusters.com/benq/strobe-utility/) will give you extend text on the most minimal things you need to do on your BenQ in order to get the most out of the colours and to reduce the blur.
Another step (included in the website) is to set your monitor to 120Hz (not supported for 144Hz, YOU WONT SEE THE DIFFERENCE, TRUST ME!) and Change Vertical Total to “1350” if using NVidia or set Horizontal “Total” to 2080 if using AMD.
In addition to this, you’ll want to download a TF2 profile on the BenQ website. this will set the colours, contrast, etc. by itself so that your eyes don’t rot when looking at the shitty colours.
PUT BLUR REDUCTION [ON], you will see a really big difference but you’ll have to use your brightness on MAX (100).
You can find the Profile Loader here: http://gaming.benq.com/downloads click the Download Display Pilot for XL2720Z, XL2420Z, XL2411Z purple text. Wait for the download and then download this http://gaming.benq.com/upload/game-mode-loader/XL2420T_Game_Mode_Loader_TF2.zip when you’re done, just execute this. N ow you’re set for the colours.
Fixing Color on your Benq Xl2411Z Monitor
Any questions consult the http://www.blurbusters.com/benq/strobe-utility or just ask. Hopefully I was able to answer you.
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