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post #11 of 13
I have to admit I have no idea what this is about, but isn't this whole scaling "issue" pretty much a non-issue if you play on 1440p?
post #12 of 13
I am surprised no one else has said this yet but...this is complete and utter BS. Just wasted 10 min of my life testing this out. I have two of the same monitors and multiple computers. Tried different drivers on the different computers and compared input lag with online stop watches. Used one mouse for both computers so I started both times at the same time. No difference at all.
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by X79guy View Post

I am surprised no one else has said this yet but...this is complete and utter BS. Just wasted 10 min of my life testing this out. I have two of the same monitors and multiple computers. Tried different drivers on the different computers and compared input lag with online stop watches. Used one mouse for both computers so I started both times at the same time. No difference at all.


Most stopwatch programs are v-synced. If they're not the maximum precision is still subordinated to the monitors refresh rate.
At 60hz your most precise measuring unit is 16ms.
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