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by Chief Blur Buster
Yesterday, 23:34
Forum: Test UFO Motion Tests
Topic: Which LightBoost monitor is this?
Replies: 4
Views: 198

Re: Which LightBoost monitor is this?

It was taken on an old ASUS VG278H purchased in 2012. NVIDIA 3D Vision did way better LCD GtG engineering than a lot of budget blur reduction modes in some models a decade later. The loss of 3D and the less importance of keeping 3D crosstalk free, and the reduced budgets of monitor engineering, has ...
by Chief Blur Buster
Yesterday, 23:32
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: 244hz or 144hz?
Replies: 4
Views: 181

Re: 244hz or 144hz?

Definitely go for 144hz quality monitor. 2560x1440 144hz would be perfect. There are not many games you can play @ 144+ fps so there really is no point unless you play very competitively, crazy about response time, input lag, and want to squeeze every bit of advantage you can get. I beg to differ. ...
by Chief Blur Buster
Yesterday, 20:49
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: 1000 Hz: The Journey Begins
Replies: 18
Views: 19963

Re: 1000 Hz: The Journey Begins

Good one! Yes, the numbers kind of need to be updated. The pandemic and chip shortage had an influence in delaying the refresh rate curve slightly, so a 2030 deadline ("by the end of 2020s") for 1000 Hz is now also my current prediction. I do think many 1000 Hz demos will happen WAY before then thou...
by Chief Blur Buster
05 May 2021, 14:47
Forum: News / Rumors / Conventions
Topic: New GIGABYTE Aim Stabilizer SYNC - ASUS ELMB SYNC
Replies: 4
Views: 2623

Re: New GIGABYTE Aim Stabilizer SYNC - ASUS ELMB SYNC

It will be great for fps ≥ refresh rate scenarios. There is always compromises (usually micrstutter) for framerates above refreshrate. Any claims otherwise is marketing -- but brute overkill (e.g. 300fps at 120Hz) has always been the time-honored fix, for all strobe technologies, including LightBoo...
by Chief Blur Buster
05 May 2021, 14:27
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: Any solutions or tweaks to reduce crosstalk or ghosting (vg27aq)
Replies: 1
Views: 311

Re: Any solutions or tweaks to reduce crosstalk or ghosting (vg27aq)

The monitor i have now is the vg27aq (2k 165hz). Its not living up to the reviews I've seen like here teckporns reviews. At the very most on there test they get triple strobes while I'm getting 6 to 8 on the top one and 4 to 5 on the middle one. Its really noticeable in games and I can't live witho...
by Chief Blur Buster
05 May 2021, 14:23
Forum: Input Lag / Display Lag / Network Lag
Topic: Question about Input Lag at 60Hz
Replies: 3
Views: 323

Re: Question about Input Lag at 60Hz

Thank you so much for the reply. I really do appreciate it. I want to ask this follow-up question if I may only so that I can better understand how this stuff works. If I were to use G-SYNC / FreeSync for low frame rate games, wouldn't that set the refresh rate to 60hz creating the 60fps at 60hz sc...
by Chief Blur Buster
05 May 2021, 01:08
Forum: Input Lag / Display Lag / Network Lag
Topic: Question about Input Lag at 60Hz
Replies: 3
Views: 323

Re: Question about Input Lag at 60Hz

Reviews for the ASUS VG259QM monitor say input lag spikes when at 60 Hz. Does this mean if I play games that are locked at 60 fps I would experience higher input lag? Would this also be true for games where 60 fps is the best I can get? No, these are two different things: 60fps at 60Hz = high lag ....
by Chief Blur Buster
03 May 2021, 17:03
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: MSI MAG274QRF QD : how to warm it up for better response time ?
Replies: 3
Views: 573

Re: MSI MAG274QRF QD : how to warm it up for better response time ?

LCDs are indeed temperature sensitive. But do not cover the vent holes! If you want the lowest lag of fastest response time -- just simply run the monitor continuously to keep it warm. For response-time critical situations you can simply keep the monitor operating 24/7 (disable sleep / screensaver) ...
by Chief Blur Buster
02 May 2021, 21:50
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: [Temperature Sensitivity] Weird response time behaviour on my hp omen x25f
Replies: 4
Views: 506

Re: Weird response time behaviour on my hp omen x25 f

LCD GtG can be very temperature sensitive If you are sensitive to temperature-changes to LCD GtG pixel response, try disabling the monitor's sleep mode and make sure it's running hot for a while before beginning to adjust/play it. Some tips to keep LCD pixel response stable during gameplay: Warm up...