true, but when there is no other option ...elexor wrote: ↑24 Nov 2020, 01:34I really don't think single strobe is worth it unless you can completely hide the crosstalk. in 2d games it will stand out like a sore thumb.Angel Soler wrote: ↑24 Nov 2020, 00:57I think that you want to see this:Angel Soler wrote: ↑23 Nov 2020, 08:56I Think dosent exit.CubanLegend wrote: ↑22 Nov 2020, 09:13
I misspoke, my apologies. I meant to ask "where can i find examples of 60hz SINGLE strobing" like with a comparison pursuit photos?
I'm looking for the amazing 120Hz XG270 level of motion clarity at 60hz as well.. and is there any monitor that offers both those options?
When it exits.....I will be the first to buy it !!!
LG CX OLED is very smooth in 60 hz strobe mode, BUT add too input lag
This photos are my monitor ( Xl 2411p) 60 hz single strobe. As you can see, the crosstalk only is in 1/4 of screen
Of course the ideal would be to eliminate blurring and crosstalk completely, but at 60hz, at the moment, I don't know of a better option than the XL2411P.
It has nothing blurring, the input lag is negligible with the strobe (I play fighting games at a very high competitive level and I do not perceive any lag. And I have been with CRT until May of this year, the Sony Triniton G500).
And on top of that, thanks to the Blur Buster application the crosstalk can be calibrated and moved.
Let's see if this year a monitor comes out like the XG270 but that it can also do strobe at 60 hz.
And it is true that in 2D games it is more noticeable, but in 3D games it is negligible .
Also, normally the gaze of the player is always focused on the upper 2/3 of the screen.
For all this I think it is the best option for consoles at the moment.
Of course, another thing is to join 2 monitors as you have done, but for that you have to have a minimum knowledge of electronics.
For those of us who do not have that knowledge, the best solution on the market is this monitor.