LogicElite wrote:Everything that I gamer or an enthusiast would expect from a monitor!
seriously, with Strobe Utility, it's like a totally new screen!
Oofloom wrote:How high did you have to take persistence to get the strobed mode to a satisfactory brightness?
The Z-Series has exactly the same color gamut with BENQ Blur Reduction turned on -- no difference in colors when adjusted to equivalent brightness levels (strobed brightness average adjusted to match an equivalent lowered non-strobed brightness). The color gamut preservation is one of the redeeming features of the BENQ Blur Reduction; and all monitor adjustments (including gamma) are accessible in strobe mode, unlike on a LightBoost monitor. For me, this more than compensates for the lack of Y-axis-compensated response time acceleration (found in LightBoost and ULMB).Oofloom wrote:Yeah the VG248QE felt way too dim to me even at 100%, but it might've been tolerable if the LB hack hadn't ruined overall PQ too.
Chief Blur Buster wrote:. For me, this more than compensates for the lack of Y-axis-compensated response time acceleration (found in LightBoost and ULMB).
Falkentyne wrote:What's Y axis compensated response time? o.o
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