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Ugh, when will they hack lightboost to work with AMD cards, Id love to have 120hz 1440p goodness along with 120hz lightboost goodness!
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Mine just arrived. First impressions? Seems like 700D 120hz is smoother than 144 hz. Havent set up the lightboost yet. Also seems like my second monitor just refreshing at a slower rate. I checked all the settings and everything is correct but still having an issue. Ill see if I can figure this out :\

Edit: Restarted pc after finalizing all settings. Everything seems to working fine now. Going to go ahead and try the lightboost trick

Is there a way to check if the lightboost is currently active? Things seem smooth but that could just be the normal refresh rate and the screen never dimmed either after activating it.
Edited by vs17e - 2/27/13 at 3:16pm
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Mine just arrived. First impressions? Seems like 700D 120hz is smoother than 144 hz. Havent set up the lightboost yet. Also seems like my second monitor just refreshing at a slower rate. I checked all the settings and everything is correct but still having an issue. Ill see if I can figure this out :\

Edit: Restarted pc after finalizing all settings. Everything seems to working fine now. Going to go ahead and try the lightboost trick

Is there a way to check if the lightboost is currently active? Things seem smooth but that could just be the normal refresh rate and the screen never dimmed either after activating it.
Press the menu button on the monitor and it should say 3d mode
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I dont know why you feel your 700D 120Hz is smoother than 144Hz, its certinaly not.

Where you'll find LB shining is motion blur, in terms of smoothness both of the monitors are smooth
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I dont know why you feel your 700D 120Hz is smoother than 144Hz, its certinaly not.

Where you'll find LB shining is motion blur, in terms of smoothness both of the monitors are smooth

Well I did say that after the restart, everything seemed fine. After a couple hours of gaming and comparisons, lightboost really is awesome. Only thing that bothers me is the washed out colors and I have no talent in calibrating just by looking at the screen :\.
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yeah it cant compare to the samsung in colors, but if you bought it over the samsung your intention shouldve been low input and no motion blur over colors, turn the saturation up a bit and you'll get used to it wink.gif
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yeah it cant compare to the samsung in colors, but if you bought it over the samsung your intention shouldve been low input and no motion blur over colors, turn the saturation up a bit and you'll get used to it wink.gif

Since I can't use the OSD due to 3D Lightboost, would digital vibrance be the same in the nvidia panel? I would assume so
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Yes, but not all games will use those settings whereas all use OSD adjustments. Play close attention to these gradients when touching Digital Vibrance and don't go overboard - http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/contrast.php.
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Skylit have you ever tried the XL2420T?

Wanna see your subjective take on which "feels" better between the VG248QE and XL2420T in terms of input lag and response. I know the difference is 2ms vs 2.5ms (input lag), favoring the Asus.

I could care less about colors. the terrible FPS1 (color wise) preset on my Benq actually helps with visibility in FPS games.
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You mean you couldn't care less about colours. thumb.gif

The difference in felt latency, if you will, is absolutely non-existent between the two. The figures themselves are not accurate enough to separate the two models at all and they both have such little input lag that it makes no difference whatsoever to the end result. The inverse ghosting is the real issue to consider on the XL2420T. Not something that bothers everyone, granted, but it's still there.
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