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That your PC is busy, the display has an offset of somewhere aroung 5 ms for your display. You won't even see more than just a slight blur even in quick movements. Anything above that orgiginates in the computer.
You might have set a bigger resolution for a new monitor, thus increasing the workload for your graphics adapter.
For a 1024 x 768 resolution, the PC must compute 786,432 pixels. Your display (1366 x 768 pixels) has about 30% more pixels to compute. (for an HD display that number increases to two and a half times as many)
(presuming, you run windows) start the task manager (right klick the status bar, usually on the bottom of the screen), select task manager and then the tab "performance", where you can see how busy your CPU is and whatamount of ram / swap is used.
Reduce your resolution, get a better graphics adapter, upgrade CPU / ram, decrease background programmes.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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