Chief Blur Buster wrote:Good job -
Yes, the good old LightBoost HOWTO, using the 3D emitter trick, is the easiest way to get the ACER to run LightBoost.
And yes, Strobelight can be used to tweak the monitor, afterwards, even if Strobelight was originally developed to work with ASUS and BENQ monitors.
Falkentyne wrote:You can use the "3d vision emulator.zip" file. There should be a post on overclock.net that links to it.
Actually I found it.
You use that along with the inf override from blur busters, that makes your monitor looks like an Asus 3d vision LCD.
You should be able to activate lightboost that way.
Perhaps the easiest way is to just define a custom 1920x1080 vertical total with 1138 for 100hz and 1149 for 120hz while running the emulator.
This obviously requires an Nvidia card to work. You can only do this on an AMD card by FIRST using an Nvidia card or laptop with a 500+ series GeForce M as a surrogate (believe it or not, you can use a DVI to HDMI adapter and define a custom 120hz resolution, even though it won't be properly supported...the monitor will still test successfully, although with a corrupted screen. Once lightboost is unlocked, using the CRU timings on an AMD card will make it work again until the monitor is power cycled.
This even works on the Benq Z series, and will probably work on the RoG Swift (since ULMB won't work on AMD no matter what you do).
Chief Blur Buster wrote:4. LG Motion240 (currently Asia only)
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