The blurring effect is probably one of the disadvantages of gaming, especially since it is often drawn throughout the game or many of its times. Some effects like tearing or stabbing can be temporary and save, but when we talk about something called Blur … It's better to have a good mirror or change the one we have when we suffer.
Response time is crucial in avoiding Blur.
Continuous combat panels are fast and offer good angles and at the same time a complete range of colors comes from ancient times. Until very early, the panels forced the user to choose between the various problems that were put into each type of technology, nothing was perfect.
Although now nothing else, technology has advanced so much that we can already regard high end panels as inexpensive and suffer almost none of their evils as Blur. To do this, ASUS designed it ELMB or Extreme Low Motion Blur technology, based on the so-called backlight strobing effect, but how does it work?
Well, in the simplest and most insightful way, because it deceives our eye by not seeing this the frequency and speed of what's happening on the screen. To protect the Blur ASUS relies on the aging technology of LCDs and is modernized, adding a backlight, which turns on and off multiple times per second (logically depending on the panel).
In this way, our eye only sees the benefits of the said panel, passing on the color change of the pixels and their delay, the main reason for Blur. The effect is very sharp and clear on the screen, where Blur is invisible as long as the monitor provides MPRT time of 1 ms or less.
G-SYNC and FreeSync are not compatible with ELMB, so far
AS any company has moved on to various stages of its technology. Initially, ELMB was not simultaneously supported with G-SYNC or FreeSync, which means we could not select both options at the same time, without the corresponding synchronization technology.
For this reason and after several years of R&D, ASUS was introduced ELMB Sync
The only drawback to this technology is that it requires a high amount of hertz on the screen to look just as it should, suggesting having a robust graphics card or instead a low or medium graphics. ASUS ensures the best possible delivery of this technology from 100 Hz, where the installation of the black box of ELMB Sync is done slowly
In any case, ELMB Sync is one step closer to gaining complete game monitoring, and after trying it out with technologies like G-SYNC … It can change your "gaming" mindset for the biggest change.