Originally Posted by CalinTM
I really don't understand what you say, what means no processing delays? Are you saying that for a normal human eye, the IPS234V-PN will be the same in terms of response time ? I also saw people playing games in youtube on IPS234V, so this seems to be decent in gaming.
In the PRAD review, what means on the picture s/w and D15 ? Also what this actually means ?
" The OSD of the IPS234V is a overscan, which is disabled by default, so a 1080p input signal is displayed pixel. If you activate the overscan, the display is slightly enlarged and cropped Approximately 20 edge pixels of the image."
Lower processing delays of any kind, so less time between getting an input and displaying it, so less input lag. I mean less input lag.
I'm saying that IPS234V-PN might look slower and blurrier (but not much) for some pixel transitions, so for some motion, it may look a little worse than the U2312HM. It might look a little better for some others, because there will be less reverse ghosting (overshoot). If you turned AMA to the highest on the GW2450HM and saw worse motion performance, that was because of higher reverse ghosting (overshoot). Actually, the LG is faster for the black/white transition, just slower for most changes.
In the bar graphs, lower numbers represent lower response times. There are three difference scenarios shown, then the overall latency (by some measure) at the bottom. You can see the numbers for the IPS234V-PN are higher for the same tests than on the U2312HM, but the graph to the right indicates less overshoot: the green line doesn't go past the value of the square black line.
The s/w is schwarz / weisse (black / white) transition.
The GtG is the best gray-to-gray measured.
D15 is the average of 15 gray-to-gray transitions measured.
Latenz is latency.
The other thing is not really relevant to what you're asking.Edited by mikeaj - 3/3/13 at 1:37pm