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Lag in Bigger TVs?

#11MasterDonGeroPosted 1/17/2014 8:49:33 AM
Are response time and input lag the same thing?
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#12Ch3wyPosted 1/17/2014 8:55:31 AM
MasterDonGero posted...
Are response time and input lag the same thing?


Apparently not.

http://www.displaylag.com/exposed-input-lag-vs-response-time/
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#13MasterDonGeroPosted 1/17/2014 8:58:36 AM
Ch3wy posted...
MasterDonGero posted...
Are response time and input lag the same thing?


Apparently not.

http://www.displaylag.com/exposed-input-lag-vs-response-time/


That's what I thought.
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#14AnatomyHorrorPosted 1/17/2014 9:17:11 AM
Response time is still important though. Unless you don't mind ridiculous ghosting.
#15lost_withinPosted 1/17/2014 9:48:46 AM
Has the world really come to the point where we are really counting milliseconds? Really?? How does someone even...I just don't know...
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#16ChaapPosted 1/17/2014 10:07:28 AM
as opposed to...centiseconds?

what measurement of time would you prefer?
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#17ZeraphLordSPosted 1/17/2014 10:11:37 AM(edited)
Response time and input lag are separate things, but they stack with regards to <input> -> <clean frame representation of action>. With strobed monitors, you have to consider input lag, then the time for the frame to swap from the last one, and then the time until strobe (which means the best monitors are the ones that are timed to strobe immediately after a clean frame has been achieved.

lost_within posted...
Has the world really come to the point where we are really counting milliseconds? Really?? How does someone even...I just don't know...


Double-buffered Vsync is only 16ms on a 60hz monitor and to anyone who's played a shooter competitively it's pretty bad. Competitive gamers have been running ridiculous framerates for years to cut off extra time (240fps = frame is only 4.17ms old maximum at refresh; 60fps = frame can be up to 16.67ms old at refresh).

When MGS3 switched to 30fps from 60fps I was more than a little irritated by the increased delay.
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#18LaggingRed(Topic Creator)Posted 1/17/2014 3:50:23 PM
Nice! thanks for the help guys! I appreciate the info :)
#19Kad-ManPosted 1/17/2014 4:03:55 PM
Alot of HDTVs have a gaming mode that needs to be enabled to get rid of input lag.
#20blogorogaPosted 1/17/2014 4:37:53 PM(edited)
There should be no lag at all when gaming on a TV, hell I rarely game on my Monitor unless I'm just trying to do something quick.

If you're pushing buttons or using a mouse/kb and you notice a lag from pressing a button and seeing action on the TV, you're definitely doing something wrong and it's probably not the TV...
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