Category: Blur Reduction

List of Best Gaming Monitors – 120Hz, 144Hz, 240Hz, FreeSync, G-SYNC

Official Monitor List

This is the Blur Busters Official List of 120Hz, 144Hz and 240Hz computer monitors, including LightBoost monitors, gaming monitors, and overclockable monitors, including 1080p and 1440p monitors. Highest Refresh Rates – 165Hz, 180Hz, 200Hz, 240Hz These gaming monitors have the highest refresh rates available on the market. Most of these support variable refresh rates and/or motion… Read more »

New Motion Blur Reduction FAQ

There are now many dozen gaming monitors with Blur Reduction features, including NVIDIA’s Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB), as well as BENQ’s Blur Reduction / Dynamic Acceleration (dyAC), in addition to older LightBoost. See our new Display Motion Blur Reduction FAQ. This new FAQ helps to explain the pros/cons of display Motion Blur Reduction (strobe backlights),… Read more »

Motion Blur Reduction (ULMB, LightBoost, etc)

Motion Blur Reduction (ULMB, LightBoost, etc)

Motion Blur Reduction for displays (ULMB, LightBoost, etc) are now very common on modern 120Hz+ gaming monitors. For example, many G-SYNC monitors come with a “ULMB” setting that can be turned ON/OFF. These technique utilize strobe backlights as the method of blur reduction. Why Use Motion Blur Reduction? Many of our readers crave perfect motion clarity. Some… Read more »

LightBoost HOWTO

Instructions for Zero Motion Blur on LightBoost LCD Supported LightBoost Monitors: See Official List of Gaming Monitors. This is for LightBoost only. If you have another similar feature called ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur) or BENQ Blur Reduction, see Motion Blur Reduction FAQ. LightBoost monitors have a strobe backlight feature that completely eliminate motion blur for 2D;… Read more »