Originally Posted by De-Zant
Probably because it's easy to achieve with the current technology, higher than 120hz, and still divisible by 24 and 72.
Input lag isn't an issue on modern 120hz displays if you know which one to choose.
What is input lag on these panels? 11-18ms= like 1 fps? I know using my buddies it felt like going from 120hz to 60hz on that was like playing in slow motion, it was terrible.
Im literally on the verge of ordering the Samsung S23A700D
. What's your thoughts on that? BTW The only reason I think I haven't ordered it is I'm scared of dead pixels. I know the return policy at newegg and the ISO standards but Id gladly pay extra to ensure I have a perfect panel.
Also curious what is your take on 1080p at 23" vs 27". Obviously it looks better at 23" but it doesn't bother me one bit on my 27". Not sure if I should downgrade in size or not.
My buddy has the older 23" asus 120hz that he is bringing to my house this weekend. I'll get a good test drive of it on my system which should help me decide.