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

Ask about motion blur reduction in gaming monitors. Includes ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur), NVIDIA LightBoost, ASUS ELMB, BenQ/Zowie DyAc, Turbo240, ToastyX Strobelight, etc.
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Re: Dear ViewSonic: Please Add 60 Hz Single-Strobe for PureXP on XG270

Post by Nintendude » 30 Aug 2020, 04:56

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
25 Aug 2020, 10:52
Nintendude wrote:
25 Aug 2020, 06:27
My LG 4k tv is terrible with tv/films but with games
I assume it's not the LG C9 (50% blur reduction for 60Hz) or LG CX series (75% blur reduction for 60Hz)

The new LGs do a much better job of blur reduction via rolling-scan OLED BFI.
Thanks for the response. I just have a few questions, if anyone has any info it would be much appreciated:

1. For old console gaming (8-Bit > Switch) which is the better option regarding motion blur - OLED with 60hz rolling-scan (LG CX) or gaming monitor with 60hz single strobe (one of the two monitor brands mentioned that have been persuaded to add the option)?

2. Does either option have less/more flicker or dimming?

3. Does (will) a monitor with 60hz single strobe have more adjustments than a TV for amount of flicker etc that would be beneficial?

A monitor would be cheaper and smaller than the LG CX but the TV may be the easier option if I'm not interested in high end PC gaming...

Thanks a lot :)

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

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 31 Aug 2020, 15:53

Variables, variables.
Nintendude wrote:
30 Aug 2020, 04:56
1. For old console gaming (8-Bit > Switch) which is the better option regarding motion blur - OLED with 60hz rolling-scan (LG CX) or gaming monitor with 60hz single strobe (one of the two monitor brands mentioned that have been persuaded to add the option)?
For the same MPRT number, there is no motion blur difference.

However, strobed LCDs are currently capable of briefer flashes than strobed OLEDs (global or rolling or otherwise).

You'll currently get less motion blur and less latency with a 60Hz single-strobe monitor, but you might get more strobe crosstalk (trailing faint afterimage), but less flicker and far better colors with the CX OLED.
Nintendude wrote:
30 Aug 2020, 04:56
2. Does either option have less/more flicker or dimming?
Dimming is rouighly the same, it's usually proportional to MPRT, halving the MPRT while keeping Hz the same, will usually halve the lumens, without voltage-boosted driving (flashing brighter to compensate for dim periods).

Flicker is less with a rolling strobe, since somewhere is usually illuminated somewhere at some time, creating a more constant flow of photons hitting your eyeballs. This is what CRTs did (rolling-scan impulse driven display), and is a gentle flicker than a global strobe.
Nintendude wrote:
30 Aug 2020, 04:56
3. Does (will) a monitor with 60hz single strobe have more adjustments than a TV for amount of flicker etc that would be beneficial?
Not necessarily. Both can be equally MPRT-adjustable. However, strobed LCDs can go <1ms MPRT, while strobed OLED generally only reach as low as ~4ms MPRT (direct view) and ~2ms MPRT (virtual reality). This may change in the future.

Overall, as a general rule of thumb (at least this was the case for 2019):

Colors: LG CX wins
Lag: LCD strobe wins
Flicker: LG CX wins
Adjustability: LCD strobe usually wins (model dependent)
Brightness: Draw (depends on settings)
60Hz Single Strobe Capability: LG CX wins

The fact that 60Hz single strobe is very rare in LCD is a problem (although 3 models are coming in 2021 that will have 60Hz single strobe).
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Re: Dear ViewSonic: Please Add 60 Hz Single-Strobe for PureXP on XG270

Post by Nintendude » 01 Sep 2020, 07:00

Thank you so much for your response Chief. Can I just ask:
You'll currently get less motion blur and less latency with a 60Hz single-strobe monitor, but you might get more strobe crosstalk (trailing faint afterimage), but less flicker and far better colors with the CX OLED.
Just to clarify - which out of the monitor and OLED TV has more strobe crosstalk?

The fact that 60Hz single strobe is very rare in LCD is a problem (although 3 models are coming in 2021 that will have 60Hz single strobe).

I know one company is Eve Spectrum and you have an NDA for one other but can you name the third company that will offer 60hz single strobe?

Thank you so much :)

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

Post by diakou » 01 Sep 2020, 17:45

Nintendude wrote:
01 Sep 2020, 07:00
Thank you so much for your response Chief. Can I just ask:
You'll currently get less motion blur and less latency with a 60Hz single-strobe monitor, but you might get more strobe crosstalk (trailing faint afterimage), but less flicker and far better colors with the CX OLED.
Just to clarify - which out of the monitor and OLED TV has more strobe crosstalk?

The fact that 60Hz single strobe is very rare in LCD is a problem (although 3 models are coming in 2021 that will have 60Hz single strobe).

I know one company is Eve Spectrum and you have an NDA for one other but can you name the third company that will offer 60hz single strobe?

Thank you so much :)
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Re: Dear ViewSonic: Please Add 60 Hz Single-Strobe for PureXP on XG270

Post by elexor » 01 Sep 2020, 19:04

I have not seen a 60hz single strobe monitor with 99% of crosstalk gone yet. I would be interested in knowing if the chief has? one of my benq's come's close but i still can't hide the crosstalk band.

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