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by Chief Blur Buster
12 Jun 2021, 02:15
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators
Replies: 25
Views: 843

Re: How do customs large vertical totals interact with gsync?

when i fix rate 60hz strobe i just use a vt of 5125 280hz scanrate. I really think fixed rate strobing with gsync can be useful for it's automatic QFT handling not having to mess around with scanline sync is really nice. not all programs allow it or work correctly with it. Yes, VRR's natural QFT ef...
by Chief Blur Buster
12 Jun 2021, 01:41
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators
Replies: 25
Views: 843

Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators

I could even create a program that automatically changes overdrive via ddc commands if i want. software variable overdrive What's the DDC command for Overdrive Gain on the ASUS VG279QM? I suspect DDC/CI is probably not fast enough for realtime overdrive adjustments, but you could try some tests to ...
by Chief Blur Buster
12 Jun 2021, 01:37
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators
Replies: 25
Views: 843

Re: How do customs large vertical totals interact with gsync?

This isn't elmbsync it's my own version of it. elmbsync won't even strobe at 60 even with VT tricks also it locks the overdrive rendering it useless. I have tapped into the panels vsync 3.3v test point. im processing the the vsync signal with arduino code to do average strobing with drift compensat...
by Chief Blur Buster
12 Jun 2021, 00:01
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators
Replies: 25
Views: 843

Re: How do customs large vertical totals interact with gsync?

Very good, you forced VG279QM ELMB SYNC to cleanly single strobe 60Hz VRR in your emulator!
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 20:58
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: LF a monitor with best image quality, with good refresh rate? (Even 144hz is fine)
Replies: 6
Views: 488

Re: LF a monitor with best image quality, with good refresh rate? (Even 144hz is fine)

I'm looking for a 24'' media creation/consumption monitor that also has decent refresh rate/perks (such as 144hz and more, preferably 240hz though). The IPS is too washed out, TN has awful viewing angles, dunno about VA. I own a MAG251RX as my main gaming monitor but it's not too great at reproduci...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 20:43
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: Hacked ASUS VG279QM modified to single-strobe 60 fps capped VRR for emulators
Replies: 25
Views: 843

Re: How do customs large vertical totals interact with gsync?

Thanks I have been playing with fixed fps fixed strobe VRR @60hz with varying success the 100hz is required to stop gsync from randomly double framing or triple framing which it does at max hz gsync. Great observation -- that's an advantage (C). Different monitor manufacturers use different algorit...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 19:52
Forum: BENQ/Zowie Tweaking — Strobe Utility / Blur Reduction / DyAc
Topic: Tabbing into games with Strobe Utility
Replies: 1
Views: 108

Re: Tabbing into games with Strobe Utility

This is a bug in Version 2.0.9 -- we are going to release an updated version this summer that fixes a few of these BenQ issues. Right now, the priority is currently on ViewSonic Strobe Utility (XG2431) and EVE Strobe Utility (EVE Spectrum 4K 144Hz), but once I'm finished with those, I'll update the ...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 17:53
Forum: Display Overclocking
Topic: would it be possible to lit alternatively 1/4 pixels of a 4k monitor to quadruple the refresh rate at 1080p ?
Replies: 10
Views: 2052

Re: would it be possible to lit alternatively 1/4 pixels of a 4k monitor to quadruple the refresh rate at 1080p ?

What do you think is the theoretical minimum an LCD GtG time should be to not get smearing on a 1000Hz LCD? Also I found that the panel use by Asus is M250HAN03.0 which is around 5ms response time according to Panelook. Real world LCD GtG (100%) needs to be less than a refresh cycle. Manufacturer L...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 17:45
Forum: Display Overclocking
Topic: would it be possible to lit alternatively 1/4 pixels of a 4k monitor to quadruple the refresh rate at 1080p ?
Replies: 10
Views: 2052

Re: would it be possible to lit alternatively 1/4 pixels of a 4k monitor to quadruple the refresh rate at 1080p ?

Hmmm interesting... I've started to be interested on FPGA's and this could be an interesting project to do. What do you think is the theoretical minimum an LCD GtG time should be to not get smearing on a 1000Hz LCD? Also I found that the panel use by Asus is M250HAN03.0 which is around 5ms response...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2021, 13:44
Forum: Input Lag / Display Lag / Network Lag
Topic: Help with weird Mousetester Graph
Replies: 2
Views: 625

Re: Help with weird Mousetester Graph

Make sure you rule out possible USB contention.

Try playing port lottery. You might be getting contention between multiple USB devices.

Try an external USB3 card.

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