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@mdrejhon - Thanks for the insight's!!! wink.gif
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post #1622 of 2929
Quote:
Originally Posted by HellionGR View Post

On other news new Whql release driver today.Still Bugged Surround Lightboost as 331.40 Nvidia is starting to really piss me off with their drivers.

That sucks. Ive been looking every day for the next release and your post saved me the rush.. I've dropped back to the 327.23 so I can still use lightboost. Those drivers are perfect for most games out now anyway.. Primarily BF3.
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Is the problem with Lightboost for new drivers only for Surround setup?
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yes works great on single monitor mode
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Is the problem with Lightboost for new drivers only for Surround setup?
Correct, yes. Single monitor users are fine.

For multimonitor LightBoost fix, I heard they'll fix it in the next two drivers rounds. They're running a queue of driver releases, and the fix hasn't made it out yet. I've got two NVIDIA employee confirms AndyBNV@NeoGAF and ManuelG@GeForce that they're wanting to fix the problem.

They explain they run an assembly line (like alpha-beta-release), and the fix is a few versions behind. There'll be at least one more driver release that doesn't yet fix the problem yet, so brace yourselves.

They're probably not happy about it (since they want to sell G-SYNC), but LightBoost users like CallSignVega spends big money already, has commandeered LightBoost sufficiently, that NVIDIA wants to protect the ultra-elite users like you, CallSignVega. They do care about you, apparently. It seems a delicate situation that they need to step around.
Edited by mdrejhon - 10/22/13 at 3:43pm
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Thread Starter 
P.S. G-SYNC monitors support strobing at 85Hz and 144Hz!
The G-SYNC optional superior sequel to LightBoost (fixed-rate strobe mode) actually supports strobing at 85Hz and at 144Hz (at least), in addition to existing LightBoost modes (100Hz and 120Hz). You heard from me, first!
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Originally Posted by mdrejhon View Post

P.S. G-SYNC monitors support strobing at 85Hz and 144Hz!
The G-SYNC optional superior sequel to LightBoost (fixed-rate strobe mode) actually supports strobing at 85Hz and at 144Hz (at least), in addition to existing LightBoost modes (100Hz and 120Hz). You heard from me, first!


Thanks for posting, my device manager the monitor is coming up as generic pnp monitor does someone have a driver for the monitor, i am on windows 7 64bit.
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Originally Posted by PainKiller89 View Post

Thanks for posting, my device manager the monitor is coming up as generic pnp monitor does someone have a driver for the monitor, i am on windows 7 64bit.
1. Make sure you're using recent GeForce or Radeon drivers.
2. Try plugging your monitor into the other DVI port of your graphics card.

Sometimes the graphics cards have two DVI ports, and only one of them is dual-link.
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well, the g-sync is exciting news indeed. now waiting for a 2560x1440 monitor with good color reproduction (i.e. IPS) with g-sync (or at least hope that the DIY kit can be installed into the ASUS PB278Q)
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Originally Posted by mdrejhon View Post

X270OC's do not have LightBoost.
Overclockable 1440p's have about six times more motion blur than LightBoost displays.
See Photos: 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost.

For a list of which monitors has LightBoost, see List of 120Hz monitors.

Woah really? How bad is "six times more motion blur" ? Like what can you compare it to so i can make more sense out of that statement o_o

I was thinking about getting a 1440p and overclock it to 120hz... but now that you mention that i may not switch...
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