G2G is 100% useless, just like dynamic contrast ratio. Also, it's rare to see ghosting on any monitor nowadays. Also, ghosting doesn't really affect games other than creating some motion blur.
#12ClouddxPosted 7/22/2014 7:36:46 AM
Like I said in my previous post, check out the U2312HM. It's prob the best 60hz monitor out there in terms of having little to no input lag. --- i7-920 @ 3.6 // 770 GTX // 12 GB G.Skill Sniper Ram // PS3 // 360 FiiO e9+17 // AD700 + M50 // Deck Legend + 82 // DAS Ultimate S
#13Kano92(Topic Creator)Posted 7/22/2014 8:50:23 AM
Like I said in my previous post, check out the U2312HM. It's prob the best 60hz monitor out there in terms of having little to no input lag.
I dont want a 23 inch monitor. Can you guys take a look at this monitor and tell me what you think.
l'm thinking of getting this monitor GW2760HS it's advertised as a G2G 4 ms but it's BS it avrages 10.9 ms according to this review.
Let me ask you guys would you game on this monitor ? --- i5 2500k | ASUS P8P67 | CORSAIR 650W | 8GB DDR3 1600 | GTX 660 | 2TB 7200 RPM | Windows 7 64-bit
#14rareware101Posted 7/22/2014 9:09:27 AM(edited)
I would game on anything under 30ms and that should be any decent monitor nowadays. Personally I would go for a Dell IPS for image quality over a 120hz TN panel as I haven't found ghosting to be an issue.
EDIT: realised that panel is AMVA but my preference still stands. --- The Jeff Minter Llama360 Hardware Achievement - Unlocked after completing the Visualiser
In the review the guy at the end said its good for light gaming. Why does he thst then, is he just being an elitist ?
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#16Vindication123Posted 7/22/2014 10:21:34 AM
It's said you can't notice lag until it goes over 21ms, so anything below 8ms should be fine. Since you would normal triple the ms value to find that real lag. --- A turtle crossed the road and got mugged by two snails. As police arrive, they ask it what happened. The turtle replies, I dont know. It all happened so fast.
#17aak57Posted 7/22/2014 10:57:21 AM
It's said you can't notice lag until it goes over 21ms...you would normal triple the ms value to find that real lag.
where did you get either of those bits of info from --- May thine...strength...help the world be mended http://i.imgur.com/HdBP0.jpg