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Everytime I boot into a game, I still have to press Ctrl+"T" to exit out of the 3D mode but then it works fine... has this been "fixed" ?
The updated LightBoost HOWTO uses ToastyX Strobelight, which allows you to keep LightBoost enabled at all times, without needing to hit Control+T. And you can still easily turn it on/off via a hotkey or a system tray menu.

If you never use 3D stereoscopic, then ToastyX Strobelight certainly makes life a lot easier.
Edited by mdrejhon - 9/27/13 at 11:56pm
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The updated LightBoost HOWTO uses ToastyX Strobelight, which allows you to keep LightBoost enabled at all times, without needing to hit Control+T. And you can still easily turn it on/off via a hotkey or a system tray menu.

If you never use 3D stereoscopic, then ToastyX Strobelight certainly makes life a lot easier.

Toasty's tool offers 144Hz for my 27" Asus VG278H that doesn't officially support 144Hz. Either the app needs to recognize the monitor or this is news to me that my VG278H can do 144Hz
     
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Toasty's tool offers 144Hz for my 27" Asus VG278H that doesn't officially support 144Hz. Either the app needs to recognize the monitor or this is news to me that my VG278H can do 144Hz
Oh, the 144Hz option is offered regardless whether or not your monitor supports it or not. The tool doesn't detect whether your monitor can support 144Hz. If you try 144Hz on a monitor that doesn't support it, you may get an "OUT OF RANGE" message or "NO SIGNAL" message on your screen. For VG278H, best to install "120Hz strobed" and "121Hz" which your ASUS VG278H does support.
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