I honestly don't know what to think.
Reading this just makes me want to cut myself.
Seriously Benq should SEND me and Masterotaku prototype units so we can debug test them and give them our full feedback about the strobing, so they can get something we both agree on before release.
Seems like this is just some sort of ultra game mode where you:
1) enable blur reduction
2) enable some random unknown level of AMA.
3) possibly have AMA and dynamic vibrance/black equalizer functioning dynamically and changing depending on frame data
Package the three together, call it Dynamic Accuracy, fix a few extra bugs and don't document the fixes (100hz strobing on XL2730Z, anyone??), and call it a brand new monitor!
NOW, IF BENQ TRUSTED THE GUY WHO FOUND ALL THEIR BENEFICIAL BUGS IN THE XL2720Z (and older series) firmwares, as well as Masterotaku who found all the original stuff...
as per here in my sticky thread:
Here is what *I* would do in MY XL2735Z:
1) integrate reduced blanking timings directly into a monitor setting to have the scalar handle it--reduces strobe crosstalk (the blending of two adjacent frames into one frame) at the expense of possible scanlines and some degradation. User may disable this to prevent any image degradation but crosstalk will then be high at 120hz and 144hz.
2) allow single strobe blur reduction in 1 or 2 hz increments starting at 60hz and going up to 144hz. 85hz included. 91hz included for call of duty FPS caps.
3) Fix the 76hz Vertical Total range issue from the XL Z series.
4) Improve the crappy AMA settings and give us far more to choose from, at ALL times. We shouldn't have to exploit profile switch firmware bugs to make XL2720Z's AMA perfectly calibrated while users who don't know about these bugs have to suffer from black/dark purple afterimages like no tomorrow, especially when blur reduction is disabled.
5) freesync compatible.
6) Blur reduction and freesync can be used at the same time at your own risk. Extreme flicker may occur at lower framerates. Bug reports regarding sync issues and pulsating backlights will NOT be accepted as this is unsupported.
7) Alternative model of this monitor with the same blur reduction improved capabilities but with a Gsync module. Gsync and blur reduction can NOT be used at the same time and requires the monitor to switch modes to an internal scalar to handle reduced vertical blanking.
8) fix the 50hz Single Strobe bug from the pre-XL2730Z Z series monitors.
9) 1440p as XL2730Z
10) Strobe Phase and Strobe Duty changeable as always ("Area" and "Intensity").
SERIOUSLY MAKE THIS MONITOR AND YOU CAN:Edited by Falkentyne - 8/6/16 at 5:16pm