Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ
So you're saying that the display doesn't have input lag? I'm just saying that just because you don't notice it doen't mean that it isn't there.
I remember a couple of threads in the hot deals section on Hardforum of an HP LP2465 refurb. Its an older S-PVA display. It was a pretty popular deal. Very few people actually noticed the input lag which was pretty bad. One other thing that comes to mind is how few people notice the blatant gamebyro stutter in Oblivion, Fallout 3, and New Vegas. Stuff like that is why I'm hesitant to listen to peoples opinions when it comes to stuff like this. If you can post some accurate measurements saying that the input lag on the display is minimal or a link about a firmware revision saying that some of the issues that you can read about in reviews of this display are taken care of then I'll take what I have said back.
You've got to remember this isn't a thread for owners of this display in the monitors section. I wouldn't make these sort of posts there. This is a thread in the deals section for prospective buyers.
Instead of saying "there is no issue" a more helpful response would be to mention when you bought display and maybe we'll see a pattern. Maybe the overdrive artifacts are taken care of. Still thats a quick fix. Its not like you need overdrive if you aren't using 3d vision.
I would be shocked if the input lag was taken care of. Its not awful, but its there. The contrast was still poor, you can see that from any review.
This is comical. You're now demanding I prove to you that the panel works fine? For the helluvit I Google and found the vision blog explaining the OD settings and I tried it out and that caused ghosting. With OD on there is no issue with text and the ghosting level is pretty low. I don't really have a way of measuring the input lag but as I said before it doesn't seem to be an issue either. Anyways there's not much point to this now, the deal is dead and I've got no ghosting.