Originally Posted by gregg1494
Looking at 2 titans.
If you do, that means you're all set for 120fps @ 120Hz, which LightBoost really benefits. In this case, definitely try out a LightBoost monitor. You will get this massive improvement in motion clarity during 120fps @ 120Hz. Here's the Motion Blur Comparison: 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost
60 Hz Refresh rate:Each refresh is displayed continuously for a full 1/60 second (16.7ms)120 Hz Refresh rate:Each refresh is displayed continuously for a full 1/120 second (8.3ms)
This creates 50% less motion blur. This applies to regular 120Hz and overclocked 120Hz^^^ The is all you'll get with overclocked 120Hz -- QNIX Q2710, Overlord X270OC, and Catleap 2B ^^^120 Hz LightBoost:The backlight is strobed briefly, once per refresh, eliminating sample-and-hold.
This has 85% to 92% less motion blur than 60Hz, depending on the LightBoost OSD setting.^^^ This one above is CRT quality ^^^
Yes, LightBoost somewhat degrades color quality, so if color is more important, get the QNIX Q2710. It's a good compromise and is excellent resolution for other stuff like Photoshop, software development, office stuff, and slower games such as Civilization.
On the other hand, if you're successfully able to run 120fps@120Hz -- getting about 10x the resolution sharpness on LightBoost during fast motion is absolutely thrilling. Fast 180 turns, fast strafing, fast racing, with zero motion blur. If you're playing lots of video games, then it is a good compromise, the IPS viewing angles with 120Hz capability. But if eliminating motion blur is more important, definitely get LightBoost. It's ~7x to 12x sharper fast motion. Your choice.Edited by mdrejhon - 5/21/13 at 9:28pm