Hi mdrejhon, I'd like to thank you for all the hard work you've put into researching the characteristics of LightBoost. It seems like a godsend to FPS fanatics like me.
Unfortunately, I'm experiencing either ghosting or double-image artifacts when enabling LightBoost @ 120 Hz on my ASUS VG248QE. I've made sure to follow your instructions to the letter using Option B (ToastyX CRU). I'm certain that I've successfully enabled LightBoost since there is a very noticeable improvement from LightBoost-disabled Reduced 144 Hz to LightBoost-enabled 120 Hz.
Concerning the double image, it is most noticeable during the Streaky Pictures Test in PixPerAn. The car is simply a double image with color that is slightly faded. The areas of the picture where the double image overlaps have the brightest color. I've also tried the Readability Test and the letters produce ghosting at faster tempos (7-8). The strangest thing is that LightBoost-disabled Reduced 144 Hz produces considerable motion blur, yet there is no double image at all.
I've tried changing the LightBoost values within my monitor's OSD, but there is no difference between zero and max (besides dimming/brightening the screen). Is there anything I can do in order to get rid of this ghosting/double image using LightBoost? In order to clarify, it looks very similar to the left image below:Edited by Karnaj - 6/20/13 at 8:58pm