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So, a friend of mine wants to get a new monitor for gaming, he told me about this http://www.amazon.com/Asus-VS248H-P-24-Inch-Full-HD-Monitor/dp/B0058UUR6E/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371042891&sr=8-1&keywords=Asus+VS248H and I suggested him this one http://www.amazon.com/Dell-S2340L-Black-Widescreen-Monitor/dp/B00A6WZW6E/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371040536&sr=8-1&keywords=Dell+S2340L because it has ips panel better angles etc. But he has problems with the response time, he believes he can tell the difference on 2 and 7 ms, can the human eye actually do such a thing, and which one is better?
 
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I have the Dell and i LOVE it. I can not tell the difference between 2ms and 7ms. Because it is a IPS panel the 7ms is actually not that bad - you will not be disappointed

Hope this helps - rep if it does, thanks
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the response time is up in the air. Alot of ppl say under 5 u wont notice a different and if u do its only in fps games so... ya. Its not game breaking either. I wud get the IPS monitor personally i mainly play dota 2 and sc2 and there is no difference in ms at those times
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Originally Posted by xevo435 View Post

I have the Dell and i LOVE it. I can not tell the difference between 2ms and 7ms. Because it is a IPS panel the 7ms is actually not that bad - you will not be disappointed
When response time is less than a frame long, response time has almost NO effect on motion blur.
This is because of the LCD sample-and-hold effect.

The only way to really reduce motion blur, is to either increase number of frames (e.g. 120Hz, via fake or real frames), or to add black periods between refreshes (e.g. black frame insertion, strobe backlight, LightBoost). See PHOTOS: 60Hz vs 120Hz vs LightBoost

Also see Why Do Some OLED's Have Motion Blur -- it explains how sample-and-hold creates motion blur even on instant-response 0ms displays.
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