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decrease input lag? i wish biggrin.gif
i had to get a color profile specific for a lightboosted vg248qe because it completely messes up the settings. not that the monitor looks that pretty otherwise, heh
shame, i feel like i miss my old CRT more and more. the only reason i got rid of it is because it was big and heavy, thinking LCD was a straight upgrade. clueless!

Come take mine off my hands, I don't use it anymore anyway. tongue.gif (Mods I'm kidding pls don't delete my post, it's a PRANK.)
    
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

decrease input lag? i wish biggrin.gif
i had to get a color profile specific for a lightboosted vg248qe because it completely messes up the settings. not that the monitor looks that pretty otherwise, heh
shame, i feel like i miss my old CRT more and more. the only reason i got rid of it is because it was big and heavy, thinking LCD was a straight upgrade. clueless!
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

Lightboost has at minimum 1 frame of extra input lag, depending on location on the screen, due to where the strobe singal starts, in addition to processing lag (which is less than a frame) from the electronics.
Benq blur reduction can vary from 1 frame of extra input lag, to just base processing lag (probably less than half a frame), depending on the Strobe Phase (Area) setting.
Benq blur reduction's input lag is about equal to Lightboost if a Strobe Phase of 000 is used (but less crosstalk covers the bottom of the screen).
If a maximum strobe phase of 100 is used (this value is less if a Vertical Total tweak is active), then up to 1 frame of input lag is removed, thus faster response time overall, but this starts at the top of the screen (drawback to high strobe phase=more crosstalk at the bottom of the screen).
So how about that:
http://www.blurbusters.com/benq/strobe-utility/
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Is it correct that there is an older firmware that has less lag?
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

decrease input lag? i wish biggrin.gif
i had to get a color profile specific for a lightboosted vg248qe because it completely messes up the settings. not that the monitor looks that pretty otherwise, heh
shame, i feel like i miss my old CRT more and more. the only reason i got rid of it is because it was big and heavy, thinking LCD was a straight upgrade. clueless!

Maybe not a straight upgrade, but you don't have to sit in front of a electron gun any more.
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Any of you into Overwatch? Seems Surefour from Cloud9 using also the G Pro currently, and he kinda like the mouse and seems to perform pretty good with it on his stream
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Any of you into Overwatch? Seems Surefour from Cloud9 using also the G Pro currently, and he kinda like the mouse and seems to perform pretty good with it on his stream

He just started using it then. He was using a G400 at the Atlantic Open tournament last weekend and has been for months and it didn't seem to hold him back any.
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He just started using it then. He was using a G400 at the Atlantic Open tournament last weekend and has been for months and it didn't seem to hold him back any.

Wasn't he using a G400s, not a G400?
    
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Yea G400S according to his twitch profile. Yea he just started using it he mentioned that on stream, Tho he kept the same DPI and sensitivity
Edited by Ryusaki - 8/29/16 at 3:17pm
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One thing I don't understand is how are all the very small youtube channels which have videos getting less than 200 views all getting the product so early? It's not so much just this one product but a lot of products - do companies think it has a good reach by just giving the product to people who have very few viewers? I guess in their mind if giving away 1 results in 2 sales it's a win?
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One thing I don't understand is how are all the very small youtube channels which have videos getting less than 200 views all getting the product so early? It's not so much just this one product but a lot of products - do companies think it has a good reach by just giving the product to people who have very few viewers? I guess in their mind if giving away 1 results in 2 sales it's a win?

I have noticed the same, maybe the channels are personal favorites of some logi peeps. Or friends? Family?
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my guess would be that even with 2,000 views sales are bound to increase dramatically compared to if they didn't hand it out at all. There's also the fact that anyone who searches the g pro on youtube will come across all the videos and watch them all (if you're like me and you watch all of them)
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