Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby n3tz » 04 Jul 2017, 08:55

hi, sorry for my bad english, very difficult for me Understand all this.
You can tell me how to configure the monitor only for CS:GO

I did only was remove Blur Reduction,
Intensity: 10
Area: 10

What else should I configure to be smooth, And little input lag

thank you very much.
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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby TuGuX » 13 Jul 2017, 15:37

Hello guys,

I got this monitor and I am playing with 240Hz Blur Reduction, Area at 100 and Intensity at 20.

What do I need to do to gain the best performance for competitive gaming (CS:GO)?
Should I use VT Tweak? If so, how exactly.
My monitor has Firmware v1 as far as I have seen.

Would be glad to hear the best solution.

Thank you!
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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 13 Jul 2017, 15:47

It depends on your priorities.

Quality of blur reduction (~1ms more lag) or getting minimum possible blur reduction lag?

Reduced input lag (especially during strobing) favours higher refresh rates, but if you dislike strobe crosstalk and want to eliminate most of it while adding only ~1ms lag -- then you can have less double-image effects when running at a somewhat lower refresh rate such as 180Hz. See instructions at www.blurbusters.com/crosstalk -- "182 Hz" section.

Strobe crosstalk is the double-image effect at the top/bottom edges of screen, as can be tested using http://www.testufo.com/crosstalk
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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby TuGuX » 14 Jul 2017, 08:59

Chief Blur Buster wrote:It depends on your priorities.

Quality of blur reduction (~1ms more lag) or getting minimum possible blur reduction lag?

Reduced input lag (especially during strobing) favours higher refresh rates, but if you dislike strobe crosstalk and want to eliminate most of it while adding only ~1ms lag -- then you can have less double-image effects when running at a somewhat lower refresh rate such as 180Hz. See instructions at http://www.blurbusters.com/crosstalk -- "182 Hz" section.

Strobe crosstalk is the double-image effect at the top/bottom edges of screen, as can be tested using http://www.testufo.com/crosstalk


So I made a custom resolution via CRU, the one which is shown in the crosstalk section (1920x1080). I am using 1024x768 or 1280x960, do I need to make new resolutions again in CRU or does it work?
Another question, when I am using the Blur Busters Strobe utility. Instead of getting clearer motion, my monitor goes way brighter. If I go to brighter, it gets darker. Is this because of the Firmware version 1?

Thank you!

EDIT:
I get centered screen with this. Probably need to make a new resolution in CRU, can someone help? Can I reach maybe more Hz with lower resolution?

EDIT:
Somehow it shows me the right Hz, even on 1024 without changing anything. It is even full stretched now. Everything correct now?

EDIT:
just played, feels ten times better now, huge difference.
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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 14 Jul 2017, 20:51

There is a bug in Strobe Utility on the XL2540 -- the adjustment for Persistence is in the opposite order. So if you want clearer motion, slide in the opposite direction.

A newer version of Strobe Utility will fix this!

Glad it is working much more wonderfully :)
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Re: Presenting the ZOWIE XL2540 240Hz

Postby TuGuX » 15 Jul 2017, 12:14

Chief Blur Buster wrote:There is a bug in Strobe Utility on the XL2540 -- the adjustment for Persistence is in the opposite order. So if you want clearer motion, slide in the opposite direction.

A newer version of Strobe Utility will fix this!

Glad it is working much more wonderfully :)


Just as I expected. Thank you for your help! :)
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