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  1. Clify

    Clify Notebook Guru

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    Hi Everyone!

    I'm sorry if my issue it's kind of 'off top' question.

    I'm working/gaming on a laptop with TN panel 60 GHz and have a problem with my eyes: they are very sore after a long work(every 5 sec alt+tab and so on) and I feel the high tension. Like you always want to screw up your eyes and you can not look anymore. But as soon as I switch into gaming (like CS, Dota2) it's 100% ok :D I can't explain it.

    Maybe it's because of TN or 60 GHz? Any tips for me?

    I have visited an ophthalmologist and he said that my vision is 100% OK. My monitor is positioned correctly with respect to the light source/windows and the brightness level is OK.

    Sorry if this topic seems to someone a bit stupid.
     
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    wow, I didn't know that. Thanks! I'm going to buy a new laptop and will check this parameter.

    But, in the case of low PWM, I should have this problem both gaming and work. But I have this problem only when I do some work and once I switch to some game the problem is gone.

    Anyway, thanks. I will check this at my new laptop with good IPS panel.
     
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