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Light boost increases input lag and reduces blurring. I ended up turing it off as my response time was lower.
I suppose it could do that to some degree, but I find that the additional motion clarity helps more than the response time for me.
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You have to factor in general input and processing methodology. Many of you completely ignore alternative factors and general perceive variances of combined update rate.

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ITT: People confusing their experiences with input lag with response time / FPS.

Actually relevant if game updates input based on frame rate.
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post #103 of 344
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Some people don't realize how easy it is to align your monitor to your face. The lack of colors is an issue if you're at odd angles. This is why IPS is used on cellphones.

A lot of it is holdover bias-confirmation from the days when there were a lot of crappy TN panels out there. As a result, they just lump all of them in together. It's all lunacy.
I'm not even talking about viewing angles, in the Lenovo Y500 and Asus G55VW the panels are absolutely phenomenal with wide viewing angles, even backlight distribution and are few percents from covering sRGB.

And nowadays this whole ridiculous latency craze, people are assuming all IPS panels are slow. People just don't seem to fathom there is a little bit more to technology than marketing terminology.
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I'm not even talking about viewing angles, in the Lenovo Y500 and Asus G55VW the panels are absolutely phenomenal with wide viewing angles, even backlight distribution and are few percents from covering sRGB.

And nowadays this whole ridiculous latency craze, people are assuming all IPS panels are slow. People just don't seem to fathom there is a little bit more to technology than marketing terminology.

IPS is slow compared to TN. TN is superior for FPS gaming, and if you say that you would use an IPS purely because it looks good, I have no idea what to say to you. TN 120Hz motion clarity, especially with light boost looks far better than any IPS.
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Tn is better but not superior to IPS in FPS online gaming. And IPS 1440p looks better than 120hz lightboost I can assure you that. Just today I played some BF3 with my so called slow IPS and on a64 player map I was the no1 in my team. Higher response time dis not mean anything, but everything looked much better than a TN panel at 1080p.
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Tn is better but not superior to IPS in FPS online gaming. And IPS 1440p looks better than 120hz lightboost I can assure you that. Just today I played some BF3 with my so called slow IPS and on a64 player map I was the no1 in my team. Higher response time dis not mean anything, but everything looked much better than a TN panel at 1080p.

BF3 is a camp fest and probably the worst example to use. CS:S, TF2, CS:GO and COD 4+ are better examples. If you're a power player in any of those games, you'll want 144 Hz.

BOTTOM LINE IS THIS:

Different people have different needs. If you're a competitive FPS gamer, your #1 priority is WINNING. The 144 Hz monitors will help with that, a lot.
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post #107 of 344
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Tn is better but not superior to IPS in FPS online gaming. And IPS 1440p looks better than 120hz lightboost I can assure you that. Just today I played some BF3 with my so called slow IPS and on a64 player map I was the no1 in my team. Higher response time dis not mean anything, but everything looked much better than a TN panel at 1080p.

Are you serious? TN is better for FPS because you need the low input lag, good motion clarity, and high refresh rate that only TN panels can offer. Who cares what kind of "purdy colors!!!" IPS produces when you get a blurry mess filled with input lag every time you want to move. I was not the 3+ K/D player I usually am in BF3 on my friend's Catleap. Care to link your battlereport with you on top of your team? I'm genuinely interested.
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True. But a faster car is not always The Best car. Sometimes it is about comfort and luxury. At the end of the day a monitor is what you look at. Some of those competitive cs go players play the game at the lowest settings possible even if they have the best gpu ever. They are a total different league. And gaming does not only mean online fps gaming for most folks out there, hence a better looking screen with better resolution will be better,while playing online fps occasionally as well.
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Are you serious? TN is better for FPS because you need the low input lag, good motion clarity, and high refresh rate that only TN panels can offer. Who cares what kind of "purdy colors!!!" IPS produces when you get a blurry mess filled with input lag every time you want to move. I was not the 3+ K/D player I usually am in BF3 on my friend's Catleap. Care to link your battlereport with you on top of your team? I'm genuinely interested.
my name is iardas82 go check yourself. I owned 2 120hz panels and 60hz 1440p panels. For me a 1440 blows a 120hz TN panel. Sorry. You don't like better colors? Ok go back to black and white screens than. A monitor is what you look at and gaming doesn't only mean online fps.

edit. You were probably not great with your friends 1440p panel because you were not used to it. I had the same issue when I switched to 1440p after 120hz 1080p for a few days.
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my name is iardas82 go check yourself. I owned 2 120hz panels and 60hz 1440p panels. For me a 1440 blows a 120hz TN panel. Sorry. You don't like better colors? Ok go back to black and white screens than. A monitor is what you look at and gaming doesn't only mean online fps.

edit. You were probably not great with your friends 1440p panel because you were not used to it. I had the same issue when I switched to 1440p after 120hz 1080p for a few days.

Alright, but if you haven't already guessed, I don't care what my games look like. I don't need/want better colors that IPS provides. I care about fun, and what's fun to me is doing great, helping my team, and most importantly, winning. I primarily play FPS games, that's why I love my TN (Plus low settings). Sure, my friend's catleap at 110Hz had nice colors, but it isn't as great as everyone makes it out to be. IPS really doesn't look that great in my opinion. Even at 110Hz, the catleap looked sluggish and the input lag was quite noticeable.
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