POLL: Which monitors had the WORST blur reduction mode?

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POLL: Which monitors had the WORST blur reduction mode?

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 09 Feb 2020, 20:03

Hello,

POLL!

I'd like to hear from you readers who has tried at least four different monitors with motion blur reduction, and if you had tried their motion blur reduction modes.

1. Which gaming monitors did you have with strobe modes?

2. Which of them had the WORST strobed mode (e.g. LightBoost, ULMB, etc)

3. Why was it bad? Crosstalk, latency, colors, etc?

Obviously, the monitors can be good in other ways -- I'm just curious about motion blur reduction.
Thank you!
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Re: POLL: Which monitors had the WORST blur reduction mode?

Post by 1000WATT » 10 Feb 2020, 05:24

1. crt viewsonic 1280*1024/75, crt sony cpd-e230, crt sony gmd fw900, benq xl2730z, asus pg279q, asus pg258q, asus xg258q, benq xl2546, dell aw2518hf, hp omen x25, acer xn253qx.(a list of monitors that I used for at least one week while at home)
2.(from worst to best) (crt viewsonic 1280*1024/75 not involved)
a. asus xg258q
b. hp omen x25, acer xn253qx, dell aw2518hf, asus pg258q
c. benq xl2730z, asus pg279q
d. benq xl2546
e. crt sony cpd-e230, crt sony gmd fw900
3. The main reason is the softness of the flicker. When viewing a static image. A sharp movement of the eyes with subsequent focusing causes tension and rapid fatigue of the eyes. If, with a sharp movement of the eyes, I missed a little with the goal and begin to correct it at the moment of focusing, the pain is added that is very similar to the pain that occurs when viewing objects in close proximity to the eyes, for example, engraving on rings. crt sony cpd-e230, crt sony gmd fw900 do not have such an effect. Having this problem, I don't care about color loss, crosstalk, brightness, etc. And I'm a little sorry that our community is moving towards improving stroboscopic illumination, instead of forcing the release of 1000Hz monitors with the best g2g and developing software for good interpolation for the fps we need.

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Re: POLL: Which monitors had the WORST blur reduction mode?

Post by nuninho1980 » 10 Feb 2020, 12:24

@1000WATT CRT monitor!?? Please you remove any CRT!!! If you have any THIN and digital monitor (eg: LCD, LCD w/ LED backlight, Plasma, OLED...), you can poll. lol


I've BenQ XL2411P but it gets color and crosstalk* problems.

* - strobe not worked (default vertical total pixels (VTP)), bad crosstalk (at area 18 - VTP 1350) and mini-double image (at area 0 - VTP 1350) at 50Hz refresh rate and at 60Hz on any console's game - I've reported these issues to BenQ but BenQ doesn't announce new firmware... :? :(
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Re: POLL: Which monitors had the WORST blur reduction mode?

Post by 1000WATT » 11 Feb 2020, 01:46

nuninho1980 wrote:
10 Feb 2020, 12:24
@1000WATT CRT monitor!?? Please you remove any CRT!!! If you have any THIN and digital monitor (eg: LCD, LCD w/ LED backlight, Plasma, OLED...), you can poll. lol
I think if my response to the survey is inappropriate, the moderator will edit my posts.
For what reason do you think that your problems are worthy of discussion and mine are not? I need something like this backlighting implementation viewtopic.php?f=7&t=5890

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