howiec wrote:It'd be awesome if ULMB could be upgraded to up to 240Hz too...
240Hz in normal mode is nice to have but is not a required upgrade for me.
Someone tell Nvidia to add specs/requirements for higher ULMB Hz!!
I'm sure the hardcore/competitive FPS players will agree.
Without an OLED display, it would be impossible to have any current IPS or TN panel strobe at a true 240hz (strobe every 4.16ms), without strobe crosstalk covering *half* the screen. And unlike double strobing at low refresh rates (like 60hz double strobe or even 120hz with a long+short pulse like the Foris FS2421 did) which would break the crosstalk bands into something like half size and half height (hard to explain, but if you have ever used 60hz Lightboost via a 1155 VT-1080 VT (depending on panel) to see double strobing, or Benq blur reduction with Single Strobe disabled at 60hz, you know what I mean), you would never use it.
The problem is, no panel besides CRT or OLED can even come close to completing pixel transitions (as mentioned above) in 4.16ms. Thus you wind up getting the next frame's frame data mixed into the current frame with pixels still in transition, which is pretty much what Crosstalk is. And increasing overdrive to absurd levels does not help.
Why do you think there is no 144hz or 165hz ULMB right now?