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by Jason38
23 Mar 2020, 22:12
Forum: XBOX ONE Console
Topic: Xbox One X - 30 fps question
Replies: 8
Views: 2555

Re: Xbox One X - 30 fps question

30fps is extremely hard to fix the blur of. Using Game Mode low-lag interpolation (i.e. Samsung NU8000 series) is one of the few ways to make 30fps much more blur-free, but your gaming monitor doesn't have any kind of interpolation built in, and most interpolation is not game-friendly. Almost every...
by Jason38
10 Mar 2020, 18:21
Forum: XBOX ONE Console
Topic: Xbox One X - 30 fps question
Replies: 8
Views: 2555

Re: Xbox One X - 30 fps question

I recently beat Doom on PS4 and that game is 60FPS what tricks are they doing to eliminate motion blur? They add motion blur. This actually eliminates FPS motion blur. You can test this on the PC version of Doom where you can disable motion blur. At 60FPS, disabling motion blur makes it look quite ...
by Jason38
09 Mar 2020, 22:26
Forum: XBOX ONE Console
Topic: Xbox One X - 30 fps question
Replies: 8
Views: 2555

Re: Xbox One X - 30 fps question

Well, it's not like you can do anything about it :P For me, the only case where 30FPS does not bother me that much is in very slow-moving games. Due to the consoles not being mouse-driven but instead using analog sticks, most games are slow-moving (your can't look around using a mouse), so I suppos...
by Jason38
09 Mar 2020, 21:29
Forum: G-SYNC
Topic: 60hz recommendation
Replies: 1
Views: 992

Re: 60hz recommendation

Motion blur and flicker cause me major problems as well. I have a CRT that I can use just for a little bit before it's too much. I find it crazy how we used to stare at the things for most of our lives with no issues. I had used a tube TV for 30 years with no issues now no such luck. https://www.ama...
by Jason38
20 Jan 2020, 18:45
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Suggestion to Rtings: Minimum Brightness Achievable
Replies: 9
Views: 648

Re: Can anyone help to send a suggestion to Rtings?

But they really need to add " MIN luminance " to their desktop monitors scores. We agree. Some of us gets headaches even at 100 nits, and need to lower brightness to less than 50 nits. Wider brightness range in a gaming monitor needs to be made available. Just because 1000nit HDR becomes available,...
by Jason38
20 Jan 2020, 18:42
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Suggestion to Rtings: Minimum Brightness Achievable
Replies: 9
Views: 648

Re: Can anyone help to send a suggestion to Rtings?

Sorry this maybe a little off topic here,,, Rtings makes exlellent reviews. But they really need to add "MIN luminance" to their desktop monitors scores. This is extremely important for office use. Actually, as a desktop monitor, office use should always be a very big considration for design. "Gami...
by Jason38
09 Jan 2020, 18:59
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: Dear ViewSonic: Please Add 60 Hz Single-Strobe for PureXP on XG270
Replies: 23
Views: 3279

Re: Dear ViewSonic: Please Add 60 Hz Single-Strobe for PureXP on XG270

To Viewsonic: You are making an excellent monitor that is stealing the thunder from Asus and Benq's offerings, however one thing I feel you guys should implement is a 60hz blur reduction single strobe (one strobe per 16.7ms interval) at 60hz refresh rates. 60hz is an important setting because many ...
by Jason38
04 Dec 2019, 20:32
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Digital Foundry - CRT better then 4K OLED
Replies: 69
Views: 11230

Re: Digital Foundry - CRT better then 4K OLED

FINALLY the same concept is seen on a modern screen but (I think it is patented by samsung) and only used in their VR headset the odyssey plus. Nearly all LCD panels use vertical stripes of color filters much like an aperture grille, just much finer and pixel-aligned. But it is true most small OLED...
by Jason38
28 Oct 2019, 23:38
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Digital Foundry - CRT better then 4K OLED
Replies: 69
Views: 11230

Re: Digital Foundry - CRT better then 4K OLED

It's probably too small an amount to register on the geiger. But because there is NO SAFE quantity of radiation, the dose and its effects are cumulative over a lifetime. All those years in front of CRT playing quake, it has increased the odds of us getting brain/ eye cancer. :lol: I'm the guy who o...