What Is Motion Blur Reduction?

Motion Blur Reduction

1ms Motion Blur Reduction helps gamers to experience the clarity and consistency required for high-level play. Blurring and ghosting are dramatically reduced with a response time that is practically 1ms to make the in-game action smoother and player responses more accurate.

A moving object with a slow shutter speed creates motion blur. The moving object speed and shutter speed will determine the amount of motion blur and ghosting in an image.

For recent gaming displays, several monitor manufacturers have rands of Motion Blur Reduction modes.

  • Acer VRB – Visual Response Boost
  • BenQ DyAc – Dynamic Accuracy
  • ASUS ELMB – Extreme Low Motion Blur
  • LG 1ms MPRT  — up to 16x clearer motion than “1ms GtG“!
  • Sony MotionFlow Impulse
  • NVIDIA ULMB – Ultra Low Motion Blur
  • AORUS / Gigabyte Technology Aim Stabilizer
  • NVIDIA LightBoost

Motion Blur Reduction monitors are now widely used on current gaming displays. For Smoother tear-free gaming with lower input lags is achieved with the 120Hz or 144Hz monitor displays.

Response Time Speed

The 1ms monitors are better and 1ms is actually the lowest response time. Only the TN panels can do this, they have the fastest response time but the IPS panels can only go as low as 4ms. In competitive gaming, 1ms is ideal whereas non-competitive gamers ought to IPS because it offers a better quality image.

Another option to consider will be OLED technology. OLED and “Crystal LED” technologies also have far shorter response time than LCD technology, and can significantly reduce motion blur.

OLED gaming monitors however are still very rare and very costly.

Motion Blur Reduction Monitors

 

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