Will Powerstrip cure my Sharp LC-26GA4E issue?

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  1. onefivenine

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    I'm not sure if I've got a fault with my new Sharp LC-26GA4E - or if perhaps it's Powerstrip I need...

    There are about 6 or 7 vertical bands about 3/4 inch thick at roughly equal intervals across the screen in which the pixels are flickering. It is most obvious when viewing text / Web pages. For example, in these bands, the letter 'l' occupies two vertical columns of flickering pixels and looks a murky grey. Are these dead pixels?

    In the OK areas the letter 'l' appears as a single solid line of black pixels not flickering at all.

    I'm using a VGA to DVI connection from a Sapphire Radeon 9600XT ultimate with the resolution set to 1360x768.

    Could these symptoms be due to the LCD's native screen resolution being 1366x768? If so do I need Powerstrip or something to correct this?

    Any ideas?
     
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    try "Menu"->"setup"->"Fine Sync" and adjust Phase. Hope this will help.
     
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    That's done the trick, thanks xuk888!!!
     

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