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post #531 of 2929
You will always get stuttering in 3D mode when you use the custom monitor .inf's and not an actual emitter. Just keep 3D unchecked.
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ctrl-T will disable the stereoscopic 3d and smooth everything out if you get the frame drop. or if you unclick the stereo 3d box and not apply it, then launch the game and see if it sticks. I had to try a few difference methods, but after I unclicked the box and didn't apply it seems to have lb 24/7 without turning off lightboost.
post #533 of 2929
Vega so are you looking to get rid of any of your 680's. I may be interested if so. Im sure you won't be getting rid of the Titans!
post #534 of 2929
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Originally Posted by Papadon69 View Post

Hi all,

I'm hoping someone can assist as I'm experiencing some really strange stuff with LIGHTBOOST.

I'm running 2 x EVGA 670 4GB Superclocked cards in SLI and I have an ASUS VG24QE monitor.

I've done all the steps to enable LIGHTBOOST in 2D mode with the 'no glasses' hack and everything checks out so far.

Monitor INF installed, registry hack installed, enabled 3d, NVIDIA sees the 120hz Asus monitor. Monitor shows LIGHTBOOST settings are enabled.

So far so good, until I actually launch a game, any game for that matter.

The result is that the game will launch and stay in 'LIGHTBOOST' mode, however I am getting something like 1-2 FPS with stuttering sound and it takes almost 30 seconds just to click 'QUIT' or 'EXIT' and get back to the desktop. Needless to say, the games are more than unplayable and they nearly crash my system. I've tried disabling SLI and it does the same thing. I've tried TF2, Metro 2033, Batman AC and some others and they all exhibit the same behaviour. I'm on a fresh install of Windows 8 and I have a pretty powerful system that generates 300 FPS in TF2 and about 85 in Metro 2033 with everything on max in DX11.

I've been searching the forums and no one seems to have reported anything like this. If I turn off 3D and effectively disable LIGHTBOOST, my FPS is back to normal. I'm using the latest Nvidia Drivers 3.14.07

If anyone can assist, it would be greatly appreciated. I must be missing something here.

Thanks in advance!

When you're in-game have you tried holding down CTRL+T until the lag goes away?
post #535 of 2929
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You will always get stuttering in 3D mode when you use the custom monitor .inf's and not an actual emitter. Just keep 3D unchecked.

Exactly what kind of stuttering do you mean?

I noticed my VG278H with emitter would stutter while text scrolling on Chrome. My new XL2411T without emitter doesn't do it anywhere near as often, and my VG278HE didn't do it either. Is this what you meant - trying to describe it I would say that the text was moving almost smoothly, but slightly jerky as if the framerate had been limited or something.

Nothing so bad as when you play games under 100FPS though, that double-image thing is utterly terrible.
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post #536 of 2929
Mashing Ctrl t fixed the issue. Thanks all. Going to get an emitter at some point.
post #537 of 2929
On a side note, I'm not seeing much improvement using light boost vs non light boost. Anyone in a similar boat? or are my eyes just that good already?...lol
post #538 of 2929
What can you do about the slight stutter hamzatm?

You meant there's double image if you don't get at least 120fps?
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post #539 of 2929
What I'm getting is like an annoying second image stutter when scrolling and playing games. The image is significantly clearer than no lightboost but it's annoying. I wasn't getting this problem before I had to force it using CRU.

Before anyone asks, my fps are in the 200's at all times.
post #540 of 2929
Weird I don't see any stutter in games but there can be some while scrolling, I wonder if CRU can cause anything
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