There are numerous people who likes the shorter persistence of LightBoost=10%, because the lower the LightBoost setting, the shorter persistence the strobe backlight becomes.
Related article: LightBoost 10% versus 50% versus 100%NOTE: Mathematically, 1ms of persistence (strobe flash length) reliably translates to 1 pixel of tracking-based motion blurring during 1000 pixels/second motion (at framerate=Hz), so shorter persistence translates to less motion blur. For those who do not understand the relationship of persistence and motion blur, see the educational animations at http://www.testufo.com/eyetracking (animation of persistence) and http://www.testufo.com/blackframes (animation of motion blur reduction via strobing).
Not everyone likes LightBoost=10% because it's so dark for some of them. Other people love it, because monitors are normally too bright with LightBoost and dialing it down to 10% decreases brightness and improves motion clarity. If that's you, just skip this thread -- this specific thread is a call for people who notices the improved motion clarity of LightBoost=10%Please reply if you you regularly use LightBoost 10% or 50%
Followup if you have used LightBoost settings lower than 100%, and you've noticed the motion clarity improvements (e.g. windows on buildings become sharper/crisper at http://www.testufo.com/photo#pps=1440
as an example, when you lower LightBoost % settings).