Originally Posted by Skylit
Adds blue tint and introduces quite a bit of input latency. I havent tried Nvidia LB, but the effect wasn't phenomenal via above method.
Samsung's pretty bad for the latency during strobe backlight mode, so you'll want to look at the BENQ XL2411T variant of LightBoost instead, if possible. I don't feel any input lag with the BENQ.
Originally Posted by amggotleir
So I have a vg248qe and I ran to bit of a problem after applying the lightboost hack as I dont really see any difference compared to normal 144hz, xcept the screen is more dark...
LightBoost is more noticeable with these operations:Game Play styles and moves that benefit the most from LightBoost
-- Fast 180-degree flick turns in FPS shooting.
-- Shooting while turning, without stopping turning (easier on CRT or LightBoost)
-- Close-up strafing, especially circle strafing, you aim better.
-- Running while looking at the ground (e.g. hunting for tiny objects quickly).
-- Identifying multiple far-away enemies or small targets, while turning fast
-- Playing fast characters such as "Scout" in Team Fortress 2
-- High-speed low passes, such as low helicoptor flybys in Battlefield 3, you aim better.
Basically, anything that creates ultra-fast motion, that you used to easily track with CRT, but can't do as well with LCD. (Although some people here today, have never played on a CRT)Edited by mdrejhon - 2/22/13 at 4:25pm