Originally Posted by borgqueenx
You dont see the difference. No human does.
We're on Overclock.net. We want things bigger/badder/faster! Why not for our monitors?
In all seriousness, I have a couple of super old monitors with response times in the 20+ms (using the old standard) and they blur like no tomorrow.
There is definitely a cutoff for response time but can't tell the difference when below the cutoff.
Response time isn't that important but that doesn't mean we should let manufacturers use random "standards". Guessing, most decent LCD's have good enough response time so people consider response time as a useless specification.
Try running PixPerAn, even on my 120hz (2ms w/ overdrive) monitor I get some blurring.
Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.
The only game I play is League of Legends, I'm not sure how this game scales with resolution. I'm looking to replace my dual monitor setup with one large monitor, mainly for work. I usually have at least 4-6 different documents open, to be able to fit them all on one screen would be useful.
If you're only playing LoL, you should be fine. If you're not hardcore gaming, consider the multi input models. They're usually cheaper than the single input monitors. Most people seem to want the single input to help with input lag.Edited by evilferret - 12/11/12 at 3:01pm