I have been thinking about getting vision 2 too. Not sure its worth it though. Have been reading mixed reviews on it.
12:33 PM - masterotaku: Even with 3D totally disabled.
12:33 PM - Falkentyne: try this
12:33 PM - masterotaku: But when I enable and disable 3D again, and then enable G-Sync, they are in ULMB state by default.
12:34 PM - masterotaku: When they are in Lightboost mode, they switch to ULMB+G-sync in games.
So, can any of you guys unlock stereoscopic 3D by changing the monitor ID in toastyX CRU to ACI27F8 and then activating Lightboost on the desktop?
Post by masterotaku » Today, 11:37
Steps (I have finally confirmed them with another custom resolution):
How to do this (having a 3D Vision kit is necessary):
1- Enable 3D Vision and make sure Lightboost (not ULMB) is enabled in the desktop, using the "always" option.
2- Create a 120Hz custom resolution. I have tried 2389x1344 and 2528x1422.
3- Switch to G-Sync in the Nvidia CP without disabling 3D Vision first.
4- Now that custom resolution is locked into this G-Sync + ULMB mode (the monitor OSD will say "ULMB 120Hz").
It's similar to on the old original 1080p lightboost monitors, where you can get Lightboost working on an AMD video card at 60hz refresh rate, double strobed. On an Nvidia video card, if you had lightboost "always enabled" in 2D, it would double strobe at refresh rates lower than 100hz, AFAIK.
tl;dr version (not):
On an Nvidia video card, the NVCP can force Lightboost always on, at all refresh rates (60hz, 85hz, anything) as long as you "unlock" it first, via the "3d" vertical totals which tell the monitor to enable lightboost (1138 VT @100hz, 1149 VT @ 120hz, etc). But once it's signaled to be unlocked, the NVCP can keep it enabled all the time. It would single strobe at the known refresh rates (100hz, 110hz, 120hz).
If you do the unplug trick where you unlock Lightboost on the Nvidia card first, then switch it to an AMD video card without removing the AC power, you can then force Lightboost on again via the three target vertical totals (1138, 1143, 1149) for 100, 110 and 120hz on an AMD card.
The monitor would not allow Lightboost to be enabled at an incorrect refresh rate at the target vertical totals, e.g. 60hz at 1149 VT. However the monitor only checked for the known vertical totals. But if you INCREASED the vertical total past 1149, then depending on the monitor firmware, it might avoid the refresh rate check. E.g. on Benq monitors, you could force 60hz double strobed Lightboost by using VT 1155 (which forces 120hz lightboost at 60hz refresh rate). However this VT Did not work on an Asus VG248QE...you needed VT 1179 or VT 1180 to get 60hz lightboost.
This ULMB+Gsync bug seems similar to the 60hz 1080p lightboost bug with >1149 VT's that no one knew about back then.
TitanXP SLI with all settings @ ultra keep a steady 150+ fps. The picture quality moves like buttery glass!
In time you find yourself tapping your foot and singing along.
It's like being programed.
Typically a setting like that is around 4ms. The highest is usually the 1ms response time, but 1ms is useless unless you like the ghosting that goes with it.
I have had the Acer XB241H, the ASUS PG248Q and now the AOC G2460PG. All of them have a 1ms response time capability, but I don't really like using it because of the ghosting. If "ghosting" isn't the correct term, then it's just when objects have a trail. I hate that.