Originally Posted by ALEXH-
Cheers for the info man. Instructions look simple enough. I will definitely try it and let you know how I go. Even though Samsung does not use StrobeLight utility, will there be noticeable difference between Zero Motion Blur and defaults monitor configuration?
-- Image will get darker (for 2D use); as you're getting the equivalent of a large black-frame-insertion effect.
-- You will get clearer motion, similiar to LightBoost (see 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost
). The effect will be most pronounced when you play 120fps@120Hz, so do some tests with older games, unless you got a powerful GPU capable of playing triple-digit framerates in newer games.
Originally Posted by Bcider
Only thing I don't like is how the brightness goes way down, I wish there was a way to make it brighter with lightboost on.
For more information about calibrating LightBoost, see the LightBoost FAQ
. You will not be able to gain your original brightness back, but you can get most of your contrast/colors back (Slightly raise monitor OSD contrast to your white clipping point, and lower nVidia Control Panel Gamma to about 0.9 or even 0.85 or thereabouts -- this brings the colors back and undoes the gamma bleach effect, but may make the picture a bit darker). That said, some LightBoost monitors are brighter than others.Edited by mdrejhon - 6/30/13 at 9:38pm