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I tried light boost for 3 days ,Beautiful 2 d .But if your online FPS gamer 144 hz is faster ,thats a fact jack


lightboost.... sorry ,but is kind of a troublesome gimmick IMO
Edited by Miller31 - 2/23/13 at 12:46pm
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I planned on buying this but after reading pcmonitor's indepth review, I feel a little thrown off. Should I still buy this? Current monitor is the 700D
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It depends. Do you feel the input lag of the S23A700D is holding you back? If not then you wouldn't really gain a whole lot of benefit moving to the ASUS. It can certainly be a shock to the system moving from a monitor like the S23A700D to the ASUS, especially if you were fond of the glossiness of the 700D. I had the monitor next to an Apple Cinema Display, S27A750D and various Dells when testing so there was definitely a comparison to be made when it came to image quality.

If you have an Nvidia GPU and are super-keen to test LightBoost (and find the input lag is too much on the 700D with Frame Sequential enabled) then that could also sway you. Tough one really. smile.gif
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Does anyone have a calibrated lightboost profile? I didn't see any lightboost color profiles in the pcmonitors review.


Also, how do you go about removing the AG coating on this thing? I saw the instructions for the dell, is there a separate post for this monitor?
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As mentioned in the calibration section ICC profiles are only truly effective on the desktop. Games like to do as they please and sometimes ICC profiles can cause more problems than they solve. Plus, LightBoost pushes image attributes so far from ideal that even with ICC correction the results aren't great - I did try to create some and they just weren't very useful.
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It depends. Do you feel the input lag of the S23A700D is holding you back? If not then you wouldn't really gain a whole lot of benefit moving to the ASUS. It can certainly be a shock to the system moving from a monitor like the S23A700D to the ASUS, especially if you were fond of the glossiness of the 700D. I had the monitor next to an Apple Cinema Display, S27A750D and various Dells when testing so there was definitely a comparison to be made when it came to image quality.

If you have an Nvidia GPU and are super-keen to test LightBoost (and find the input lag is too much on the 700D with Frame Sequential enabled) then that could also sway you. Tough one really. smile.gif

I like / hate the glossiness at the same time. I absolutely adore the clarity but its so reflective that even the LEDs on my keyboard and mouse are reflected. I ended up turning those off and kinda makes me sad when I'm immersed in a game only to see my reflection on a loading screen.

I doubt I can tell the difference of smoothness between 144hz vs 120hz, and Frame Sequential is horrible with that input lag and the only real thing that makes me want to buy this monitor would be the reduced input lag and the Lightboost. Before I decide if I'm going to buy this monitor, can someone clarify how smooth this lightboost trick is? Saying "CRT" doesn't really help me as I don't have a CRT to compare it to.
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Does anyone have a calibrated lightboost profile? I didn't see any lightboost color profiles in the pcmonitors review.


Also, how do you go about removing the AG coating on this thing? I saw the instructions for the dell, is there a separate post for this monitor?

I did the AG removal on my Dell u2412m and on the Asus, they are pretty much the same; a little bit easier on the Asus since the button panel and metal frame are different and easier to remove.
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can someone clarify how smooth this lightboost trick is? Saying "CRT" doesn't really help me as I don't have a CRT to compare it to.

Have you tried running your 700D in Frame Sequential mode for a while? Make sure it's set to 'Normal' response time first. Ignore the input lag, I know that's bad. But make sure the monitor is running at 120fps and look out for trailing. You shouldn't really notice any. If you don't see much difference between that and running the 700D in 'Fastest' mode without Frame Sequential then you probably wouldn't find LightBoost all that great. LightBoost actually gives greater fluidity even than the Samsung models but the effect should still be significant on the 700D if it's something you are going to get along with.
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I tried light boost for 3 days ,Beautiful 2 d .But if your online FPS gamer 144 hz is faster ,thats a fact jack


lightboost.... sorry ,but is kind of a troublesome gimmick IMO

I think some people might be confused on what Lightboost is and how it works. 144 Hz being a higher number over 120 Hz means nothing in the context of LB versus non-LB. It's a scientific fact that 120 Hz LB is pulling down motion clarity numbers over three times greater than 144 Hz non-LB. 120 Hz LB motion clarity is so clear that literally 144 Hz is simply not needed.
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Can u share ur overall LB settings Vega? Or how to get the brightness close to non LB mode
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