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AMOLED is the future! no such thing as lag on that..and amazing colors..they just gotta figure out the burn-in issues and figure out how to mass produce(print) it

response time is not the same as input lag.
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response time is not the same as input lag.

but it has neither..! it doesnt have to wait for liquid crystal to move around and all that..it'll respond as fast as electricity does

edit: i kinda phrased that wrong, by move around i really meant that for the pixel to move from one state to another
Edited by AznDud333 - 10/6/12 at 11:25pm
 
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but it has neither..! it doesnt have to wait for liquid crystal to move around and all that..it'll respond as fast as electricity does

doh.gif

PCB's, Capacitors, Transistors are no match for the speed of electricity.

Through a monitor, a nanosecond of electricty is turned into 5 million nanoseconds (5ms) through the circuitry.

Then depending how dopey you are, (I get called Sid the Sloth) you get the actual displayed image.

Now, ofcourse electricty doesn't go that speed, but the scale is not far from accurate.
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doh.gif
PCB's, Capacitors, Transistors are no match for the speed of electricity.
Through a monitor, a nanosecond of electricty is turned into 5 million nanoseconds (5ms) through the circuitry.
Then depending how dopey you are, (I get called Sid the Sloth) you get the actual displayed image.
Now, ofcourse electricty doesn't go that speed, but the scale is not far from accurate.

that stuff wont account for much for oled displays
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OLED#Advantages

says it could have response time as low as 0.01ms and 100,000hz refreshrate
 
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that stuff wont account for much for oled displays
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OLED#Advantages
says it could have response time as low as 0.01ms and 100,000hz refreshrate

But, in the flesh, for consumers, 2-5ms and 60-120hz is the limit.
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Glad i dont play this game anymore

-Sent from my Galaxy Player 4.0-
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The last time I checked, the mod tools had been removed by the mods of MordorHQ only allowing the blue tint remover file and some other improvements to be uploaded on to the site.
MordorHQ's mod said that It (the site) will not be held responsible for unleashing the new spate of hackers.
But the tools were uploaded for a brief amount of time in which case people had gotten hold of it already. :S
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But, in the flesh, for consumers, 2-5ms and 60-120hz is the limit.

there is always room for more lol..there is a reason why people still notice lag on these 2ms 120hz displays tongue.gif
 
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Everything should be server side.... like in world of tank. There is no hacker.
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Why not just play the game legit??? There is no point in using coloring cfgs if the DICE hasnt accepted them as part of the game. The blue tinge and sun glare are parts of there way of ballancing a map. To get rid of that gives you a unfair edge to the average player in my oppinion.
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