Warpticon, post: 5827694 wrote:
It would be great if we could somehow find a unified testing methodology. There is no 100% way, but the part that makes this so hard is all the variables. Different resolutions, different types of inputs, different modes, even different panel types in the same model. Definitely a big shoutout to SaveFighting for starting this thread (seriously, that other thread has needed to be closed and restarted for at least a year and a half now).
Zapf, post: 5840921 wrote:
Are there lag results for the vh236h at 720p? I need a number for comparison tomorrow when I test the l32c3
shadoken, post: 5847867 wrote:
What do you guys think about this monitor??
Looks like its the same as the EVO monitor but its LED...am guessing that would proly give it a tiny bit more lag... but if its almost the same as the EVO monitor ill proly pick this up since its around the same price...
phoophanphun, post: 5844219 wrote:
I'm going to buy the Asus Vh236H monitor. Will using HDMI or VGA make a difference as far as input lag is concerned ?
SaveFighting, post: 5811948 wrote:
Also, hdtv test have reviewed the other newer 30 series of Panasonic plasma displays but they did not make the list since they had over a frame of input lag.
oPEEPINGTOMo, post: 5851553 wrote:
Do any of you know of some more TN sub 1 frame 27" monitors?
I have been looking for a 27" monitor with very low input lag, but other than user reviews that say "it feels fine to me" I cannot seem to find any with the actual stats.
Matarick, post: 5853133 wrote:
As an TC-P42S30 owner, I am now crying inside
Gamogo, post: 5855643 wrote:
I am in the same situation. My best findings have been these:
http://viewsoniceurope.com/uk/products/productspecs.php?id=312 (no formal lag stats)
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/viewsonic_vx2739wm.htm (9.4ms lag)
http://www.digitalversus.com/asus-ve278q-p357_10137_150.html (no formal lag stats)
I personally tried the VE278Q and noticed input lag (I currently use a BenQ E2400 HD which weigh in at around 7 - 8 ms average input lag). The VX2753mh-LED is my target screen but I cannot find any concrete stats for it.
Nomadic, post: 5865378 wrote:
Can anyone tell me what are some of the best big screen TVs for fighting games? I know the Bravia's are up there and some of the Panasonics as well, but how big can you go with TV's until lag becomes bad?
threi, post: 5827580 wrote:
they have splitters that output in dvi/vga, which may or may not work.
The point is, however, that clone mode doesn't produce accurate results.
ShinjiGohan, post: 5874289 wrote:
and neither does the splitter for the reasons that I mentioned.
ShinjiGohan, post: 5875456 wrote:
That is my mistake because the digital/analog conversion is done on the motherboard/videocard (depending on if you have integrated graphic display or not).
Thus there is still potential for lag from the processing even if its done on the same port. Unless you can show me that the motherboard/graphics card holds the digital signal in a buffer until the analog signal is done being prepared and then sends them out in sync. Otherwise I'd be inclined to believe that the same problems that you have with 2 dvi ports in clone mode may be present even along the same port.
Besides that in a few years DVI will be discontinued and won't even be supported by videocards/motherboards who are opting for an all digital soluiton. Either being "Displayport" or HDMI. Thus to provide support for older analog systems such as a our baseline analog CRT monitors there will be a seperate transcoder being required thus forcing us into the realm that I stated above.
Ijiwaru, post: 5878577 wrote:
Did you try adjusting the "Trace Free" option to 40 like they did? The review had my hopes up for a bit, but then I read your response haha.
Gamogo, post: 5878711 wrote:
Response time has nothing to do with input lag. This option is for adjusting the GTG settings.
But ya, compared with the BenQ E2400 HD and G2420 screens, I can feel lag on the VE278Q. I'm really hanging out for some VX2753mh-LED figures.
Tizoc, post: 5892166 wrote:
OK sorry if this isn't the place to ask but what's a good Sony HDTV for gaming? I've done a quick search on google, but the best I can find are the Sony KDL models, but they have 20-30 ms input lag.