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Are there any issues in using ToastyX's CRU to both Lightboost my TN and overclock my PLS monitors?

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Mainly I'm worried about the one step where you patch your drivers through the CRU.

I already have the Lightboost patch applied to my BenQ, but when I go to do the overclock on my Qnix, will it screw that up?

Thanks in advance.
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No, the patch won't affect LightBoost, and CRU has separate settings for each monitor, so there shouldn't be any problems.
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No, the patch won't affect LightBoost, and CRU has separate settings for each monitor, so there shouldn't be any problems.

Holy hell, the man himself replied to me.

Thanks a lot for the quick reply.

I will donate as soon as is possible for me.

I guess one more comment...I know I applied the Lightboost patch properly, but I just can't seem to see the difference. Maybe it's because I had applied the Lightboost patch after not having played any games for the past couple weeks, or maybe I'm just blind.
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I'm helping ToastyX beta test a newer, separate LightBoost utility.
It will have a hotkey to turn on/off LightBoost, and the Blur Busters Motion tests will be launching at the same time -- so it should be easier to tell the difference.

That said, check out "Q: LightBoost doesn’t eliminate motion blur for me. Why?" in the Vision section of the LightBoost FAQ.

(P.S. Blur Busters finally also now has a donation page too -- after people asked me to put a page up. Just for those who aren't aware of that yet. That said, ToastyX should be rewarded for his hard work on his utility software).
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