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Strobelight - LightBoost Utility for AMD/ATI and NVIDIA
04-21-2019, 04:00 PM (This post was last modified: 04-21-2019 04:02 PM by alexander1986.)
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RE: Strobelight - LightBoost Utility for AMD/ATI and NVIDIA
(04-21-2019 01:47 PM)ToastyX Wrote:  Strobelight works fine with DisplayPort. In fact, DVI won't work correctly with newer AMD cards because of communication issues, but DisplayPort works fine. NVIDIA shouldn't have issues either way.

The pixel clock only has two decimal places, so 120.004 Hz is the next possible rate that's at least 120 Hz with the timing parameters used. You can get exactly 120 Hz by changing the vertical total to 1150, but that won't make any meaningful difference. I was just going by what NVIDIA 3D Vision used, which is the "LCD standard" (CVT-RB) timing parameters with +5 vertical blanking/total.

I wouldn't limit the frame rate to anywhere near the refresh rate because that would cause bad tearing with vsync off and intermittent stuttering with vsync on. You usually want the frame rate to be as high as possible.


Interesting, IDK if i'm just not sensitive at all to tearing or something but I have extremely low amount of tearing even with 120 fps limit in RTSS and vsync off with lightboost 120 hz, both in scrolling RTS games like path of exile and fast FPS games like fortnite etc Tongue running vsync off and fps limit 120 since 2012 basically,

it honestly looks super good and if there is any tearing atleast its not noticeable at all to me, but on other hand im super sensitive to motion blur and ghosting so maybe I just got used to it over the past 7 years, anyway thanks for the answers chief Smile
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