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What about input lag? Surely the QE is better, right?

The Catleap's are measured around ~7ms input lag. Fairly negligible compared to the 11T that was tested at ~2-3 ms.
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Still important, I wouldn't say negligible (at least at high hz).

~7ms is 1 frame latency @ 144hz. A short 2-3ms is much more flexible when factoring in advanced rendering/settings.. etc..

Whether you're effected or not depends on play style.
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Here is my profile calibrated with Spyder 4 Elite.
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post #734 of 2231
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Still important, I wouldn't say negligible (at least at high hz).

~7ms is 1 frame latency @ 144hz. A short 2-3ms is much more flexible when factoring in advanced rendering/settings.. etc..

Whether you're effected or not depends on play style.

With the difference between the two being more like ~4ms, in a blind A-B test I would wager it would be impossible to tell the two apart. I am all for low input lag and despise image processing in the monitor, once you get below ~8ms it becomes a non-factor.
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For most sure, but there are multiple variables pass the monitor itself.

Depending on the actual game, I'm quite positive a picky competitive gamer would actually notice. Especially using a large surfacing distance/sensitivity polled at 1ms. (dynamic fluctuation unless constantly moved at max speed). Framerate itself can also technically hinder performance if movement is read off wm_input.

Coming from 700D (13ms avg), I literally couldn't stand the monitor with my mouse polled at 1000. Dropping down to windows default (125hz) made the experience much more pleasant in terms of feel, rather more of the non factor you're describing. Of course with that, there's already a ~5ms gap between input latency and maximum mouse response. Not factoring lag introduced by game.

Basically very subjective to an individuals own gaming setup/preferences, though we can at least agree on lower being superior biggrin.gif
Edited by Skylit - 2/11/13 at 8:02pm
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Someone said my 6 year old Viewsonic vx2235wm will probably have better colors than this, is that true?
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Can anyone tell me when I tried to do the exact following for the color profile it did nothing? I followed the rules exactly. Running Windows 7 64 with Nvidia 660ti

-Nevermind ignore this post :x
Edited by suidx - 2/12/13 at 5:05am
post #738 of 2231
Mine should be in thursday. Excited to see how it looks!
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Does anyone know if you can play 3D over HDMI on this? Would like to hook up my PS3 to this to watch 3D Blu-Rays and play 3D games. I know the PS3 monitor released a while back could do 720p 60fps over HDMI 1.4 and I believe the Benq 2420TX could do it as well.
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Someone said my 6 year old Viewsonic vx2235wm will probably have better colors than this, is that true?

Is the Viewsonic glossy?

Yes = it will have better colours than this
No = it will probably be pretty similar once you set it up properly
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