IMPORTANT: This is a GeForce-ONLY tweak Are you a CRT user? That hates LCD mainly because of motion blur? There's a tweak if you have a GeForce card and a LightBoost 120 Hz monitor, because LightBoost is an nVidia technology, originally designed for 3D, but also eliminates motion blur. LightBoost is a strobe backlight (YouTube high speed video of LightBoost strobes successfully bypassing pixel persistence), that flickers like a 120 Hz CRT. If you didn't see the flicker but liked the clearer motion, you're in luck! LightBoost HOWTO: www.blurbusters.com/zero-motion-blur/lightboost (Tweaks your GeForce to force-enable LightBoost during 2D gaming without glasses) Several amazing articles just appeared over the last few weeks -- and a few reviewers (e.g. pcmonitors.info) are now including testing of LightBoost in their next monitor reviews. TechNGaming Review Article Link: Eliminate Motion Blur While Gaming With nVidia LightBoost! pcmonitors.info review (mentions LightBoost CRT effect) Link: Asus VG248QE Monitor Review 3D Vision Blog Link: Taking Advantage of the Lightboost Technology for 2D 120Hz Gaming Link: Calibrating Picture of Lightboost For Better Color PC Games Hardware (German gaming magazine) Link: Nvidia Lightboost Strobe Hack Team Exile 5 (Professional sponsored competition gamers!) Link: nVidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti and nVidia LightBoost Technology For a long time, some gamers have noticed that CRT 60fps@60Hz still has less motion blur than LCD 120fps@120Hz. Not anymore: The CRT-quality perfect motion now available on LightBoost LCD displays, is a huge benefit for those gamers who have played on a CRT for a long time, and have never found a "good enough LCD" without motion blur!