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Asus VG236H help?

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Is it true that the asus vg236h has lower input lag on gaming mode i was just disscusing this with a friend but im not sure if he is right
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For the most part, I think that when monitors, have "Gaming" modes, and all that it just changes the color calibration. I think besides the resolution of a specific panel, I don't think it can have lower input lag. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.
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Gaming mode - stronger overdriver I think
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No difference in input lag or overdrive. The various modes on the VG236 do nothing more than adjust colour/gamma. Manufacturers wrongly assume every gamer wants over-saturated colours when gaming.
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post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by whybother View Post

No difference in input lag or overdrive. The various modes on the VG236 do nothing more than adjust colour/gamma. Manufacturers wrongly assume every gamer wants over-saturated colours when gaming.

^^ that correct. No input lag at all, even if their was you wont even relize it in realtime.
post #6 of 6
According to this it does have a bit of input lag even in Gaming Mode, not as bad as the Acer 120hz screens but its there. Whether or not you feel it is down to you.
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