@jasonpicard had some very valuable inputs on the "flicker free LED lights" thread ( https://ledstrain.org/d/106-flicker-free-led-lights/109 ) and I thought of rather continuing the discussion about gaming gear/ overdrive functionality here.
@jasonpicard I understand that this tech may be very interesting for gamers but I wonder how and why it should help people like me who mostly read text and watch some Youtube videos?
When you told that the LG24GL600F solved all your eyestrain issues that you had for around 11 years I was wondering if the overdrive function smoothens out every flickering there is coming from the computer by (if I understood correctly) predicting the next pixel/color values and interpolating their values to 144Hz?
Did you also have issues before when looking at a steady Windows desktop where nothing is moving? I have issues now looking at a phone or screen for some seconds and react to it immediately (and there is no active motion like video).
Does BlurBuster have an updated list of monitors with good overdrive features and is the one you have now "the best" on the current market in this regard?