I have been using a software called "Calibration Tool 1.0c where you can set the Dithering to 6bit and 2x2 Static and be able to reduce the brightness gain digitally lower than the brightness of the monitor itself.
And also using in G SYNC mode, if i disable g sync , my eyes hurts also.
So my salvation is putting on 6bits with lower the bright and running on g sync.
Any one know why ?
The monitor i am using is lg 24gl600f. Until now, the program was the main salvation for me. Now recently my motherboard stopped working and I changed it to another one. After reinstalling the new motherboard without formatting the NVM used by the OS. I have been suffering from eyestrain again. And all the settings are the same as before when I was good with it.
It is curious how it can be if the configuration that was the same before did not cause me problems and now with another motherboard it does.
I understand that when we have eye discomfort, in my case it makes my neck hurt and generates muscle tension in the part where it feeds back with the muscle fatigue that affects the eyes.
So it's a loop that never ends. The monitor causes stress because you have discomfort and indirectly affects the muscles that control eyesight. It like you are having dry eye , but it is not.
So my question is , the Intel UH630 has Dithering? Or any lower porfile nvidia/amd cards has dithering?
The other way to avoid dithering and can play games, would be buying a lower porfile for screening on monitor and using the end ultra gama for rendering. So anyone has any clue which card would be work? And it can run G-SYNC or 144hz atleast?
i have a MSI 3070 Gaming X Trio.
Sorry for my bad english. lol