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isnt something like this what your looking for? true 120hz, 3d etc

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...d=1851&subcat=
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bollocks. It's more of the CCFL backlight. Also there's little demand for it nor is there a practical need for it. 120Hz refers to the flickering rate of the backlight.
the backlight has no correlation to input lag, which counts more than anything for gaming.



The Dell U2311H, HP ZR24W are both IPS and have better input lag than the 120Hz Samsung SM2233RZ.

120Hz only has it's advantages in a slimmer frame (as LED backlights use up less space than CCFL backlights), uses less power and more environmentally friendly (CCFL lights contain mercury). That and it eliminates / minimises screen tearing, which is why people perceive 120Hz monitors as 'smoother'. Your eyes are limited to 60Hz i.e. your eyes do not notice the difference between a flickering light and the illusion of a constant lightstream at 50-60Hz and thus why display devices and display resolutions are design around this.

http://human-factors.arc.nasa.gov/te...isibility.html



All you need to know about LED backlight tech is here: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles...cklighting.htm

Some more measurements:



and here: http://www.behardware.com/articles/6...-crts-yes.html

but to be honest, anything below 20ms is fine with ~10ms and below being ideal.
I honestly cannot tell if this is an elaborate troll or if you're just that thoroughly confused and misguided
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12ms is theoretical. Last I checked the actual pixel response charts, in an extreme scenario IPS panels took over 20ms to for a worst-case transition.

Bottom line is that input lag isn't a factor here, it's mainly pixel response time that is an issue.
That's such a poor argument really....

Marketed at 1ms, max of 20ms in worst-case transition:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/...c_vx2739wm.htm

120hz monitor, max of 30ms worst-case

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/...33rz.htm#120hz

All those graphs I linked were average input lag times.
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I honestly cannot tell if this is an elaborate troll or if you're just that thoroughly confused and misguided
To think that way, you must have evidence surely....
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To think that way, you must have evidence surely....
considering you don't seem to understand the difference between input lag and pixel response time or the difference between an LCD's refresh rate and backlighting, I'm not even going to bother
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