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I'll tell you this.

If I find out from anyone that these Samsung VA(?) monitors can do blur reduction (single strobed) from 60hz-120hz in 1 hz or custom refresh rate increments, and the crosstalk doesn't cover half the screen, I may buy one.

Or will it explode on me if I do?

lol. Also I don't see how you can tolerate single strobing below 100 Hz. Even 100 Hz ULMB with any strobe length gives me headaches. I think 85 Hz will kill me within 30 minutes.
 
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And if it explodes in your face?

Then i wont worry about which monitor to get since i wont have my eyes to see them anyway biggrin.gif
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lol. Also I don't see how you can tolerate single strobing below 100 Hz. Even 100 Hz ULMB with any strobe length gives me headaches. I think 85 Hz will kill me within 30 minutes.

I grew up on CRT's so I can handle quite a bit. Masterotaku (alexsama) can handle 50hz strobing. Don't believe me? I'll make him post here! smile.gif

BTW you guys REALLY should try ULMB+Gsync at the same time on your Dell TN's...
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Yes, I can handle 50Hz strobing or even a bit lower (although I'm almost never in the case of needing to use it). I played the The Evil Within demo that way almost 2 years ago, at 51Hz (instead of 50Hz for crosstalk reasons).

Dark games are more tolerable than bright ones, obviously.

In my case, I start not noticing the flickering at 75-80Hz or so.
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Weren't "SuperVGA" CRT monitors back in 1992 advertised as "Flicker free" at 72hz?
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Is there any info on the availability, will these even release this month?
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OMG another
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1080p

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I really enjoy the idea of having a banging 1080p gaming monitor sitting next to my main 1440p gaming screen ... one could argue that you could prolong the life of your video cards by another year, maybe two, simply be resolving to game on the 1080p screen should the 1440p screen become too hard to push (100+FPS is my minimum) with certain, soon to be released titles ...

If the 1080p screen is really good, has G Sync, etc.? I honestly don't mind downshifting to 1080p from 1440p ... but, no game is requiring that of me yet and my dual 980's are still fine for *everything* at 1440p. But hey, instead of dropping nearly $900 to $2400 on either a single or dual new GPUS? I think I'd be just as happy investing a mere $500 bucks or so in a nice 1080p screen ... and just switch over to it when/if the 1440p becomes a problem for my rig...

4K isn't even *slightly* interesting to me until I can consistently push 100+FPS in every title ... so yeah, I'm down with 1080p as a possible complimentary option to my 1440p screen and should I now want to upgrade my gPUS for another year or more...

Takes all sorts...
    
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Is there any info on the availability, will these even release this month?

The official press statements during IFA announced a global release for the cfg70 at mid oktober and for the cf791 at dezember.

I don't think there will be any additional announcements concerning their release date. You can already preorder both monitors in eurpean webshops, though none have any in stock as of yet.
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From the official AMD FreeSync site:
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Samsung CFG70-27 27" VA 1920x1080 70-144Hz via DisplayPort; 62-119Hz via HDMI

Atleast it does seem to be confirmed, that LFC is working ...
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