I’m not interested in 3D at all, but the backlight strobing offered by
LightBoost could finally give TFTs a performance comparable to CRTs,
regarding depiction of motion, by simulating a CRT’s pulse-type display
(instead of the normal hold-type of TFTs).
Therefore, I’m considering buying a LightBoost compatible
120 Hz monitor, namely one of these:
- Asus VG248QE
- Asus VG278HE
- Acer HN274HBbmiiid
- BenQ XL2411T
- BenQ XL2420T
My two questions are:
- Can I arbitrarily (e.g. by means of a small script)
switch LightBoost on and off in Linux, and if so, [b]how would
I do that?[/b] My monitors run constantly at 120 Hz, both for desktop
and for games like UrbanTerror (no 3D mode, only 2D).
doesn’t even contain the word LightBoost.
- Any limitations with activated LightBoost? Like no possibility to adjust brightness etc.?
Graphics card is a passively cooled Gigabyte 9800 GT Silent Cell.
I will buy a GTX 650 for a second computer, as soon as passively
cooled models of it are available.
Thanks in advance for your answer!