Karnaj wrote: »
@IronHorse I believe your statement is misleading, though. A 144 Hz refresh rate has 6.9 ms~ pixel persistence with or without Gsync functionality. In this case, it's the higher refresh rate of 144 Hz that causes less motion blur (6.9 ms) compared to 60 Hz (16.7 ms). Gsync itself does not reduce motion blur and I haven't been able to find evidence of it doing so over at Blur Busters.
I feel as if we're rehashing and sometimes misunderstanding what Mark Rejhon at Blur Busters has already investigated. Hopefully, it won't be too long until Gsync and ULMB can be combined together.
FriendlyNeighbour wrote: »
So this explains the frequent crashes of late I've been getting since the build 276 with G-Sync.
Downloading the old drivers now.
DC_Darkling wrote: »
Funny.. I have a XB270HA also. (The model sticker says XB270H but its a HA, submodels and all).
Mine supports both just fine, just not at once.
There is no monitor which does both at once.
Or did you mean yours is only ulmb and not gsync at all?